I have already applied to the Naval Academy, but haven't seen much information on the typical grades/scores/activities which are helpful to getting accepted for the prep school. ACT: 24 SAT: 1060 (490 math, 570 verbal) GPA: 3.5862 unweighted, 4.51 weighted AP Classes: Physics 1: Algebra Based, U.S. Government and Politics, Environmental Science, Literature and Composition, AP Calculus AB I had never made a grade lower than a B prior to this past semester where I made a 76 in AP physics and a 70 in pre-calculus. Activities: 4 Varsity letters for cross country 4 varsity letters for Track 2 Varsity letters for Swimming Team captain for club track team for 4 years (starting freshman year) 2x All-conference runner 2x team MVP Concert master for school orchestra Member of an youth orchestra which performed college to professional level works National Honor Society National English Honor Society Boys State Delegate Page for Governor My weakest aspect of academics is definitely math. I had a horrible teacher for pre-calc, but I am now taking AP Calc AB (on my own through an online class) and making an 84. I am being recruited by a few NCAA DII schools and plan to run in college for one year if I am not offered NAPS. I received an email this morning stating my admissions record had been deferred and they want my 1st semester (senior year) grades as soon as possible. Does this mean I have any shot at NAPs or a foundation school or do my scores and grades simple have no way of making the cut?