I've read repeatedly that the Air Force Academy is supposedly the most welcoming to homeschool candidates (provided they're actually qualified), and that Annapolis & West Point will accommodate qualified homeschooled applicants as well. But, I've not read anything that discusses how homeschoolers have historically fit in to the Kings Point application process. Do homeschoolers comprise a comparative percentage of the KP classes? I'm also curious about how competitive Wisconsin is for spots at USMMA. I've read that there are only 4 spots allotted to Wisconsin for every class. Does anyone know where Wisconsin lines-up for competitiveness when compared to other states? Also, I just read this on another thread "USMMA is required (by law) to offer admission to applicants based on their ranked order-of-merit by State. As candidate files are evaluated, some (whose overall standing is VERY high) are offered admission early-on.....". Does anyone know exactly what this means (if it's true), and how this is different from how the other academies conduct their admissions? I'd appreciate any advice, information and help with USMMA admissions that anyone can offer. Thank you.