Your unweighted GPA is the most important thing on that transcript
I disagree. Only with a class ranking (assuming your school doesn't play games with it) tells schools where you truly stand once grade inflation has been controlled for (and along with your personal SAT scores and school scores). At some schools for instance, upwards of 10% of the class has a perfect 4.0 unweighted GPA every year, while at others a 3.7 is an extraordinary achievement, so GPAs are hardly comparable between the two, but a 3.8 val looks far better then a 3.95 that's ranked 30 in a class of 300.
Overall I wouldn't stress over it. Grades and test scores are generally just a pass/no pass gate in college admissions - it's the extracurriculars that will make or break you.