I work in a college admissions office. AMA
I read applications, submit decisions, interview students, and visit your high schools for a top-100 national, private research university. Ask me anything!
Updated proof: http://imgur.com/Ba6Ss
EDIT: I'm still trying to answer some posts, if you have something that hasn't been answered yet, I'll do my best to see and answer it. (as of 12/17 @ 8:50 AM EST)
1) Boy scouts look good. Eagle scout looks better. I don't like the boy scouts personally, but I like what you've likely gained as a result of your experiences with them.
2) For home schooled applicants, we typically look more at standardized test grades such as the SAT, ACT, SAT II, AP, etc.
3) I'm not going to tell you which school I work for, sorry!
4) If your school doesn't offer X amounts of APs, we'll know that when your school sends us a secondary school report, so dont worry. If your school offers 2, for example, and you took both, we'll see that as "Oh, he/she did all the rigorous work he/she could"
5) Your 5,000 hours of community service look good, don't worry