Hello all, I've posted on here before asking about my chances of receiving an appointment to the Air Force Academy, but what I really wanted to know is this: how am I looking? I suppose the way it's worded changes the meaning quite a bit. Also, I'm an incoming junior. Just to clear that up. The classes my freshman year were based on how I did on a placement test. Prior to taking that test, I had never really had any experience taking standardized tests, therefore I didn't know how to take the test. I didn't do as spectacular as I would've liked, so my class placement was the second highest offered. The exception to that is math; I scored in the highest placement. The classes separated by / were required and could not be changed. I didn't opt to take a study hall. Any class without a level listed did not have a higher level. Freshman Year: Honors Math, ACP Biology, ACP English, Integrated Tech/Health, Study Skills/Study Hall, Religion I, French I, and World History. -I was part of the AEHF-3 Satellite Launch in Cape Canaveral -I began working on my A&P rating for flying -I continued to refine my flying skills and started aerobatics -I was varsity wrestling and freshman football -I played piano and guitar in a band associated with my school -I did several things for community service such as organizing events for relief funds for children in Syria -I flew myself to Oshkosh in a 1934 Waco UKC with my instructor and took several classes on aircraft construction -I was part of the Student Organization Committee -I was a member of the Boy Scouts (left because it wasn't worth doing, as it wasn't a good group) Sophomore Year: Honors Math II (Alg II/Geom/Trig), Honors Chemistry I, Honors English II, Programming I, French II, Religion II, U.S. History I, Intro Engineering -received my student pilot's license (to solo) on my 16th birthday -I continued to do aerobatics -I continued to work on airplanes and am part of a rebuild of a Cessna 152 -I transported planes solo to different airports where they're leased and logged the flight time -I was part of the Anthony Munoz Leadership Conference -I was an ambassador for my school -I was part of the Student Organization Committee -I organized a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project -I work at the local Menards as cashier -I did all kinds of community service and received an award for it from my school After my sophomore year, classes changed. French will be offered as an honors class and I believe programming will be as well this year. Junior Year: AP Precalc, AP Physics, AP English, AP U.S. History, Engineering II, Religion III, French III, Programming II -I'm taking the ACT September 12th -History Club -Junior State of America -National Honor Society -French Honor Society (possible) -French Club -Varsity Wrestling -Track (Don't know if Varsity or JV yet) -Creating a programming club to teach little kids how to code -Student Organization Committee -Anthony Munoz -Ambassador -Flying (aerobatics, A&P work, gliding, taking my check ride for my PPL) -Volunteering and possibly organizing events for VFW -starting a group to do landscaping work and other work for vets -Volunteering at the VA -Possibly leading a youth group band in mass I taught myself piano and guitar many years ago when I was little, and I'm trying to give back. I'm considering teaching little kids piano and guitar. Yeah.. It's a lot, but it's doable. I'm willing to put the work in. During the summer after my junior year, I plan on continuing my studies of Muay Thai and the spiritual side of MMA. Current GPA: 3.866 unweighted, 4.3 something weighted Class rank: 19 in a really competitive class What do you guys think?