I am currently finishing my Junior year in High School and I am going to apply for the AROTC scholarship in the summer. I will enroll in an Army ROTC program in college whether I have received a scholarship or not, but I would like to have a general idea of my chances of receiving one. I currently have a 3.7 unweighted GPA and a 3.9 weighted GPA. My school does not offer AP classes because it is dual enrollment college prep high school, so instead I have taken four community college classes (Spanish 1, English 121, English 122, and Accounting 121) and I will take 7 more in my senior year. I have only taken the SAT and I received a score of 1210/1600 (590 Math and 620 Reading/Writing). I will be retaking it June 3rd because I am quite certain I can raise that score. I have 3 Varsity letters in football and in my sophomore year I received the award for the Most Improved Player. I am in Student Council at my school and Teen Leadership Council at my church. I have worked for my dad's painting company, worked for a landscaping company in winters doing snow removal, and I am currently employed as a custodian at a church (15-20 hours a week) as of early November. I have been heavily involved in music, playing the piano since I was very young and also playing in Middle School and High School bands (playing Trombone and Baritone). I also have 150+ hours of community service and volunteer work. I have led teams painting over graffiti covered businesses, I went on a missions trip to Brazil, played piano at nursing homes, retirement homes, and hospitals, and will help homeless teens and young adults this summer for a week long mission trip, among many other volunteer activities I have been involved in. One thing that I think will hurt my chances is that I missed my opportunities to be in NHS. I am sure I would have been accepted after applying, but I missed my opportunities to apply because I was taking most of my classes at Pikes Peak Community College and not at the high school itself. My PFT score is 36 push-ups, 50 sit-ups, and a 6:54 mile.