I just finished my freshman year at a community college in CA. I am attending community college for financial reasons. I am a candidate for some of the Service Academies this year and I am seeking some suggestions to help me get in. I have a 3.83 college gpa, and a 3.79 high school gpa ranking in the top 20% of my class. I got a 32 on the ACT and a 1450 on the SAT. In high school I was captain of the baseball and water polo teams and received 3 varsity letters in each. I received MVP awards and all-academic team honors. I played community college baseball this year and made it to the California regional playoffs. I was a member of my high school's FFA chapter and in CSF. I participated in Outward Bound, an outdoor educational program, where I went backpacking and rock climbing. In college, I am president of the math club and competed in a statewide math competition. And I am president of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. I have held jobs in landscaping over the summers and I have over 100 hours in community service including volunteer work in veterans services. I workout nearly everyday and I believe I can max out most of my CFA scores. My youngest brother has autism, which I wrote about in my personal statement. My father had kidney failure throughout my high school years limiting my ability to do more extracurricular activities or take on bigger roles in the ones I did. Sorry this was so long, but there is nothing that I want more than to attend a service academy. So, I made this post to see if any one has any suggestions or improvements they think I can make to my resume before I submit my application. Any responses are appreciated, thank you for your time.