I am currently a junior in high school and I would like to know what you think of my chances of being admitted into west point. My high school is a little different than others. It is a public magnet career academy that specializes in marine sciences, engineering, and technology. There aren't different levels of classes; all classes are considered honors. We are a NJROTC distinguished unit with honors. Publicly, the school does not give class rank, but I talked with my guidance counselor and he confirmed that I am in the top 5% out of 70. I have a 95.3 cumulative gpa and I take ap calc AB. Next year I will take ap calc BC and ap physics. I took the sat in November and got a 1920 (650 cr, 650 m, 620 w) without preparing at all. I plan to take it again in March after taking a course. I got a 197 (64 cr, 69 m, 64 w) on the psat. I hope to play baseball at west point. I am able to play baseball for my home high school and I will have two letters by time I graduate. My travel coach, who is a professional scout, thinks that I am good enough to play for army. I have contacted the coach already and have filled out the recruiting questionairre on the website. I have not been involved in drill or color guard for njrotc because I can't make a commitment due to baseball. I plan on applying for a chief position next year and I think I have a good chance at getting it. I am a member of national honor society and I am thinking of running for office. I am part of key club, mock trial, Latin club (which I will be an officer of next year), and will be on Latin honor society this spring. As for out of school activities, I run an annual collection for troops overseas in coordination with AUSA. I also coach a baseball clinic that includes kids with autism and add. Over the summer I plan on volunteering at the local hospital and I am looking into a psychology internship. I just received my offer to sls and I am applying for boys state also. I was hoping to get an opinion on how competitve I look for boys state, nomination, and admission to west point. Thanks.