I am currently a sophomore at my high school and am dead set on the academy so I've got time to prepare and train. I'll start off by listing what I've got so far and what I'll be doing in my next two years of high school. 1. I've got a part time job at the base movie theater and bowling alley where I've held leadership positions such as shift lead, and training others. 2. In my first year of my JROTC I was assigned to be guidon and platoon guidon. 3. In JROTC I've been holding leadership positions from parking lot detail project officer, class leader, and class inspector. 4. I'm apart of unarmed/armed drill team, FOX team, Sabre team, And Colorguard. I will be first in command of sabre team My Junior year. 5. I'm moving to another base in the state where I live but I'll have two close places to volunteer at in my free time. 6. My gpa is from a 3.833 and above, I currently though I have 4.0. I am also tied for first place in my class rank with a group of 16 people. I will be taking a PSAT later in October/November so then I'll know what I need to study come SAT time. I currently am in Biology Honors, and Algebra 2. Next year I will be doing precalc unless I take it during the summer in which I'll take AP calc and senior year trig. I'm shooting for ap courses since I haven't done any yet. Am I so far looking good? I'm not eligible for NHS until second semester with how my school works, but I'm confident that I'll get it. I'm also thinking about doing leadership next year, is that something the AFA would like to see?