I am a junior in high school and for 3 years now i strongly consider doing everything in my power to get accepted into the greatest military academy in the world. Overall, i am a 3.8 GPA student and in the SATs, which i haven't taken yet; in 1-10 grading scale, i should get 8.5 in math and some 7.5 in the rest. I am trilingual, i know how to speak English, Russian, Armenian, and i am learning Spanish now as the fourth language. In my sophmore year, i successfully found the only Geopolitics Club in our district and am the president of the club for 2 years now. Also, i am a PAC (Principal's Advisory Council) Leader, where i lead and give advice to the incoming freshmen. Aside from my club, i am in the Scholastic Bowl team, Bike Club, Engineering Club and i didn't just sign up in these, i am really into them. I am a member of th CSF (California Scholarship Federation) for 4 semesters now. In the past couple of years, i volunteered more than 100 hours altogether in a school and library. In my lifetime, outside of school i've gone to many sports: swimming, karate, soccer, and tennis. This summer, i go to a gym every day to physically fit. I am interested in chess, physics and military strategy, i take some 3-4 hours a day on these at least. At school, people know me as a good leader, but also strict. They don't look at me from the academic and physical point of view. They look at me as "whole" person and different from the rest, most of whom talk about games all the time. I want to go to West Point and become an officer in the US Army because for couple of years now i think that's where i see my career and i am ready to make any sacrifices because of my love of this country.