Hello to all. I am currently a sophomore in high school, at a very solid public school. I want to go to a medical school after a 4-year university (obviously). I just want to know what it takes to make it into medical school. (I know it is very difficult). At this point in time I have a 3.7 (hoping to make it a 4.0 by the end of semester). Next year I am taking a solid work load, Honors English, AP US history, Pre-calc, AP stats, AP art history, Chemistry. My extra curricular activities are pretty solid in my opinion. Did a leadership thing where I helped incoming students in my middle school learn the school. Also over spring break I'm going to Mexico to help build houses for the impoverished. I'm working on a garden and I will give the crops to a local food shelter near me, and I'm doing various other activities like that to help the less fortunate. Is there anything else I can do to improve my chances in getting into a good college/ anything I should do in the future to help my chances with med. school. Oh, and my tennis will also help me to get into a good college, I am between 150-200 nationally for my class. Thank you.