I'm not quite sure how competitive I am for NROTC or the Naval Academy and I just wanted some opinions. Currently a Junior. Weaker aspects: Not many sports- >Not much involvement in church (not really religious) >No boy scouts, or club involvement (I was in DECA, and then left. Got turned down for NHS for some reason...) >RAA (local swim teams) swimmer from 5th to 9th grade >Tennis - Varsity sub on high school team (Not sure if that's varsity or JV, my school has a really weird system of determining that stuff) >33 on ACT (36 on Science, 32 on math, 31 on English and reading) >2170 SAT >Asian Stronger aspects: >Ranked 33 out of 790 or so students >3.7 unweighted GPA, 4.4 weighted >5s on AP Euro, AP Chinese >Hopefully will get a 5 on AP Calculus AB, AP Chemistry, AP US history >Hopefully pass AP Physics I (Well I suppose this is a weakness) >Will be taking AP Calc BC, Bio, Enviromental Science, Art history, US Gov., Macroecon. >Multiple national youth awards from the Navy League, American Legion, Military order of the purple heart etc. >Technically a class officer, but our ASB is very bad and we never hold any actual meetings >A ton of community service >AFA and CFA are EZPZ >JROTC battalion commander as a junior >Live in a good congressional district for academies Is there anything I can do to really beef up my resume? I'm not doing tennis anymore because I had to make room for my classes. If I had done tennis for longer, I probably could have easily made regular starting varsity, but it is what it is I guess. Outside of my decent academics and ROTC, I don't really know what else I have going for myself.