I'm a rising junior in high school and am planning on applying to USMA this year, and am curious about a) how competitive I am right now, and b) what else I should do to raise my chances of getting accepted. What I have so far: -Class president -Student Representative to the Board of Education -Lettered in Cross Country and Track -JV Hockey -Simsbury Scholar (means I made High Honor Roll for at least the first three quarters of the school year) -212 PSAT (but took it sophomore year, so doesn't count) -4.25 GPA (all A's except for a B+ in geometry and algebra 2) -Have taken all honors/AP classes (when available), except for spanish freshman year -Am a part of my local Youth Group at church -Was a member of Boy Scouts until 8th grade (made it to Second Class) but had to stop because I couldn't make the monthly trips due to hockey (I was my teams only goalie) and I was told I would have to go, or I wouldn't advance, and would be kicked out. So I left. What I'm planning on doing: -Enlisting in the split-option program for the army reserve during my junior/senior year -SLS if I can do that along with the split-op -Either mock trial or FBLA -Hopefully starting a scholarship program for orphans in Uganda to go to school through our church/a partner organization in Uganda. What else should I do/work on? And what do they want for community service? I mean, I've worked at and started fundraisers and campaigns to raise money for charities, but I dont have like a sheet that has my hours on it or anything. Thank you so much for answering!