Hello. Thank you for taking the time to read my post since it is quite a long one. I am in the graduating class of 2019, and I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips to improve my resume/application for the Naval Academy. Here is some of my information: Class: 2019 Class Size: 200 School: All-girls' Catholic school in North Texas Class Rank: Not ranked but estimated to be around 5th-10th GPA: 4.3 on 4.0 scale (school does not have weighted/unweighted) SAT: Aug 2017- 740 Math, 690-Verbal, 1430-Composite PSAT: Oct 2017- 730 Math, 710 Verbal, 1440 Composite ACT: Will take in February 2018 Community Service: 100 hours Height: 5'10'' Weight 160 Glasses to correct vision (within USNA requirements) No special medical conditions (ex: asthma, allergies, heart conditions, learning disabilities) Awards: Academic Dean's List (3.5+ GPA) every semester First Honor Roll (3.9+ GPA) every semester Dean of Students Conduct Award (No infractions) every semester National Spanish Exam Gold Medal (at or above 95th percentile on a national test) Grades 9, 10 Sports: Varsity A Golf (Letter) since freshman year and currently playing this year MVP Freshman and Sophomore years TAPPS 6A 2x all-district, 2x all-region, 2x all-state 4 individual titles at high school tournaments I have not been able to be captain since the role usually falls to seniority at my school. Leadership Roles: President of Science National Honor Society Vice President of National Spanish Honor Society Treasurer of Mu Alpha Theta (National Math Honor Society) Membership in: National Honor Society English Honor Society Rho Kappa (National Social Studies Honor Society) Biomedical Club Other: Attended USNA Summer STEM program in 2017 Texas High School Aerospace Scholars Program by NASA- selected to participate in four months of an online class that models the journey to send people to Mars with the goal of studying at the NASA Johnson Space Center for a week. Perry Initiative Outreach Program- Selected as one of 36 participants for a branch of a nationwide initiative to introduce teenage girls to medicine and engineering Although its not confirmed, I believe my school will be nominating me for girls' state 2018. I am also applying to Summer Seminar. Courses to be completed by graduation (side note: my school requires a rigorous application process for honors/AP classes ) : English I, II, III Honors, AP Literature Spanish I Honors, II Honors, III Honors Physics Honors, Chemistry Honors, Biology Honors, AP Chemistry, AP Physics C, Human Anatomy Honors Theology 4 years (School requirement every year) World Geography (no honors available), World History Honors, AP US History, AP Government, AP Economics Geometry Honors, Algebra II/Trigonometry Honors, Calculus A Honors, AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science A Speech and Wellness (both 1 semester, school requirement) Ceramics I, 2 (both 1 semester, art requirement) I know that this is a lot of information, but I tried to include as many details as possible. Once again thank you so much if you actually read through everything. Please leave any suggestions since all help is truly appreciated! Please also leave any thoughts and comments as well!