C in Honors Chemistry (usually taken by strong students in their Junior Year) C- in Honors Geometry (usually taken by strong students in their Freshman or Sophomore Year) A- in World History (my school does not have any Honors or AP History courses for freshmen) B- in English I (my school does not have any Honors or AP English courses for freshmen) B- in Spanish I A- in Multimedia Design A+ in Concert Band (only counts as half a course) 50+ Hours of Community Service (earning me Honors Community Service) I didn't play any sports this year, but I performed in the Spring Drama Production and wrote a play and acted in another play in the school drama festival (which had to be written, practiced, and performed within 24 hours). I was a regular volunteer at the children's section of my local library. Other events I volunteered for were two local folk festivals, the state Special Olympics, and a school information session. I had two unsuccessful campaigns for student government, one being the Ninth Grade Vice President and the other being the School Treasurer. However, I was elected the Ninth Grade Alternate Class Representative. I was also a member of my church's youth group, and will continue to be for the rest of my time in high school. This summer, I am going to volunteer at the hospital where my mom works, volunteer at the local library's children's section, be involved in the school summer play-readings, get Algebra II tutoring before I take the course, and I'm still in the process of convincing my parents to let me start taking glider plane lessons and get a student glider pilot's certificate (if I get my student glider pilot's certificate this summer, I would attempt to get certified as a private glider pilot next summer when I turn 16)! Even with a freshman year like this, could I still get an ROTC scholarship to a top university? My classes for next year are Algebra II, Honors or Regular Biology (depending on the decision of the department head), AP World History, English II (my school does not have any Honors or AP English courses for sophomores), Honors or Regular Spanish II (depending on the decision of the department head), Introduction to Computer Science, and Concert Band. Next year, I plan on getting Honors Community service by volunteering in many of the events I participated in this year, being a member of my church's youth group, joining Model UN, joining Model Congress, joining the Euro Challenge team, joining some clubs that are of interest to me (and hopefully attaining a leadership position), possibly co-found an aviation club (If I get my student glider pilot's certification this summer, I would possibly co-found the club with a high school senior who is a certified pilot. He would be the President for his last year, while I serve as Vice President, and in the following years, I will become President for the club for the remainder of my time in high school), running for student government, running for the school Cross Country team, wrestling for the school Wrestling team, working in the technical crew for the fall play, perform in the spring play, and write and [act or stage manage] for the school drama festival. For the fall or winter, I'm looking into applying for an internship for my congressman. Also, I plan on going on a Mission of Hope trip to Nicaragua next summer. I may possibly join the Naval Sea Cadet Corps out of interest in the U.S. Navy and/or the Civil Air Patrol out of interest in aviation. Thank you.