Background: I am first gen Indian male in Texas. I go to a very good private school. My parents are divorced, but I am not close to qualifying for Financial Aid. I have strong relationships with all my teachers. I think/hope I can write fairly well for the essays.
Stats: 3.9 unweighted GPA. 4.3 Weighted GPA (my school doesn't let us take APs until junior year and only 3/year.) I take rigorous courses, think I will get 4s or 5s on all AP tests. 1540 SAT, (740 r/W, 800 M) , plan to take Math II subject test, Physics subject test, Spanish (highest level) test, and maybe literature subject test.
ECs: Very invested in school's Newspaper which is one of the best in the country and best in the state, and next year I should have a top 1-5 position on staff. Been nominated for and won national awards for my newspaper writing. 400+ community service hours. Presidential Bronze Medal for Com Serv Freshman year and Gold Medal Sophomore year, on track for Gold this year. I am also a WalkSTEM junior docent, a program that is dedicated to teaching STEM to underprivileged kids. Play tennis at school. National Spanish Honors Society. Started sports analysis club, not for resume, just a passion of mine. VP of marketing club, Secretary of Writing Club, secretary of Entrepreneurship Club. VP of premed society. Next year I will be VP of Investment Club. Secretary of Student Alumni Association, Co-Pres of Writing Club. Started a blog where I review new music. I'm somewhat of a music nut and I often stay up for new album releases and stuff like that. I have a decent amount of followers on Instagram. For things over the summer, I attended two business programs after Freshman year and after Sophomore year, and for this summer, I plan to intern at a Law Firm or Business Firm. I will also get a job. I also sell shoes and clothing, a personal business that I have made over 2000$ from.
Basically I'm wondering in which order I should consider all of these programs. For me, I want to ideally work in the west coast, but Northeast isn't too far behind. I also want to have fun in college and not be struggling in school all the time, and I also like the liberal arts aspect of education, so I might major in Economics.