I am a Jr at a college prep Christian HS and taking classes at Cedarville Univ. My HS GPA is 3.55 and I've got a 4.0 for the 12 credit hours I've taken at the university. My HS doesn't do dual enrollment so they are two separate GPA's. Because everyone at my school is smart (I mean, really smart) I'm only in the top 30% of my class. I am in the top 8 percent on the PSAT and 7th percent on the ACT-got a 31. My scores are high only because I aced the reading and writing section with perfect scores and bombed the math. I applied to the SLS West Point camp today but I know my math scores don't pass. I'm working to do better on the SAT in January and will retake the ACT in March. I'm not sure I could handle the engineering classes at West Point, maybe VMI is a better fit for me? I am athletic and can pass the West Point CFA. I haven't lettered in HS sports. I was disqualified my 9th-10th grades from sports while they ruled out Marfan Syndrome with a genetic test. Scoliosis is within normal range. I will run Varsity track this spring, Varsity cross country in the fall. I did student council 9th-10th grade, I'm in a select school leadership class this year, got nominated to Boy's State, played violin for ten years and sing in choir. Questions: 1. How will VMI calculate my GPA to include these college classes? 2. How many math or engineering classes are required at VMI? 3. How will the low athletic participation affect my qualification?