I'm currently a college freshman and am thinking of applying to the academy. In high school most of my involvement centered around my junior and senior year. Freshman and sophomore I was not very involved. Junior year I was involved in NHS, KEY club and varsity track and cross country. I lettered in track. I was also involved in church activities. Senior year I was officer for my school's AP club, in NHS, in KEY club, and interact club, started my own club, was team captain of cross country, qualified for state, was involved in junior achievement (won a competition), was a youth delegate for the national league of cities, was my town's youth mayor, and kept my involvement in church. I also held a job. I scored a 31 on the ACT with an 11 on the writing section. I had a 3.7/4.4 unweighted/weighted GPA. Junior year I took 3 AP classes and senior year I took 5. In college, I am currently enrolled in 18 credit hours, but no math. I work 20-25 hours a week. I am a member of my state's intercollegiate legislature, model UN, and mock trial team. I also volunteer with the humane society, am a state regent's scholar, am in the honors program, and lead a study abroad committee for that program. However, my grades second semester of senior year are lacking. I kind of gave up because I had already been accepted to college and got a 3.5, including a C. Are my chances good for an appointment? And what can I do to boost my application?