Greetings to all. First of all, I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my post. I really appreciate it. Currently, I am a junior at a high school affiliated with the Middle College Program. A Middle College Program is basically a collaboration between a high school and a community college that accepts a limited number of students. As a Middle College student, I take high school courses and college courses in order to graduate with a high school diploma and an Associate Degree. However, the tradeoff for this rigorous program is that my school offers virtually no extracurricular activities such as clubs and varsity sports. As a result, my extracurricular activities are largely outside of school. During my free time, I volunteer at church, play club sports, and perform music. Also, my current GPA is 4.27 and I am in the top 5% of my class. I have not taken the actual SAT or ACT but my PSAT score (October 2015) was 640 for Evidence-Based R&W and 640 for Math. After I graduate, my primary goal is to join the USNA Class of 2021. However, I live in a very competitive district in Maryland and I fear that my extracurricular activities, specifically the lack of varsity sports, are not enough to make me competitive as an applicant. In conclusion, I would very much like to attend the USNA as a member of Class of 2021, but I feel my application isn't very competitive. Any advice/information on how I can strengthen my application is truly helpful and appreciated. P.S. I will be attending Session 2 of NASS.