First of all, a successful CV should include at the beginning personal details. Normally these details would be your name, address, date of birth, telephone number and email. Afterwards, add your education and qualifications which means that you should include places of education where you have studied by writing the most recent education first. Pre-college courses for example high school should then be included, including grades if they are worth mentioning. Also subjects taken and passed right before college will be of most interest.
After that you should write down any work experience. If you haven't got any experience in work before just skip that and go to the next point you should write down which is interests and achievements.
= You should include activities where you have leadership or responsibility. Also hobbies that are a little out of the ordinary can help you to stand out from the crowd. Any interests relevant to the job are worth mentioning. And remember to keep it short and to the point.
Afterwards, write down your skills. For example, ability in other languages and computing experience are important in a CV.
Finally include references. Usually two names are enough. One from your place of study, and one from any work situation you have had. If this does not apply, then an older family friend who has known you for some time. Make sure that they are willing to give you a reference. Add their phone number if possible.
Remember, your CV should be neat, typed if possible and to the best standard you can achieve in content and layout. Be short, two sides of a sheet of A4 paper is normally enough. And it should emphasize your achievements, strengths and successes.