@Lindagraf I took the Santa Clara tour with my nephew and did not get the sense the school was overly religious. The tour guide said there is a religious studies class that student's have to take but it can be anything from World Religions to Buddhism; it isn't a required course on Catholicism. And it is a quite beautiful campus.
The synagogue where my daughter went to preschool had a security guard. So does the synagogue around the corner from me. My church does not have one and I've never been to a church that has, but I'm sure there are some out there.
My nephew had a slightly lower weighted GPA than you and a much lower SAT score. He was accepted with full aid (minimal loans) to Boston College, College of the Holy Cross, Occidental and Franklin and Marshall. There are about 60-65 schools that meet 100% of financial need (just google "colleges that meet 100% of demonstrated need"). He chose Franklin & Marshall and only has a $4k loan per year, the rest is covered by grants. Some schools, like Washington & Lee, meet 100% of financial need with no loans (grants only). The point is, with your grades and SAT scores there are lots of options out there for you.
Well, if you don't want to go through each school's website (my nephew, for example, applied to 14 colleges, so that would have been time consuming), the College Board does notify you. Below is a quote from their web page:
"IDOC is only available to students that participating colleges and programs select and the College Board notifies for participation. Do not enter the site unless the College Board notified you that at least one of your colleges or programs participates in the IDOC Service." https://idoc.collegeboard.org/idoc/