According to your other posts, you are still a Sophomore in high school, so the grades that your will have when you apply in another year are what will be sent to colleges.
Based on your other posts, you have a C and an A-, meaning that your present GPA would be closer to 3.9. You translate your GPA by translating every semester grade to a 4.0 scale, and then calculate the average of those grades.
It is not a big issue, especially if you grades stay high, but having a good handle on your GPA is helpful to you in figuring out where you stand.
Because you are still a sophomore, there is no point in trying to figure out whether you will be a strong candidate to UCLA or any UC, since they look at GPA only from Sophomore, Junior, and the first semester of senior year. You have not yet finished your sophomore year, so there is nothing to work with.
In general, as I wrote, it is far too early in your high school time for you to be focusing on any particular college, and definitely far too early to attempt to figure out whether you have a chance to any college.
What I can say for sure is that you are far more likely to be rejected from Harvard, Yale, or Stanford than to be accepted, and this will not change unless you are good enough at a Varsity sport to be recruited, or if you achieve international recognition in something.
So please do not waste your time trying to figure out what you need to do in order to be accepted to Harvard or Yale, or any other college. Focus your energy on doing your best at high school and doing things in which you feel pride and a sense of accomplishment.
I will repeat what I always write - for a hard working smart students, “being accepted to Harvard (or Yale, etc)” is a meager, poor goal. College is a means to an end, not an end in itself. You should be dreaming about achieving something of worth, of changing the world, not of receiving an acceptance letter to an “elite” university.
BTW, if you are accepted, could your parents afford the cost of one of these universities?
Unless somebody has a serious hook, has some world level award, or is the kid of a potential donor, they do not have a good chance at any of these universities, especially if the applicant is international. The acceptance rates for applicants without a hook to any of these three is, at most, 3%.We’re talking about an average acceptance rate of around 4% this year, and for applicants without “hooks” it’s likely no more than 2%. For an international student without a “hook”, that drops further.
An international applicant without a “hook” but with top grades and good ECs (including national awards) will maybe triple their chance or maybe even quadruple it, which leaves only 3%-4% of these applicants being admitted.
Better than other applicants, maybe, but around 95% of applicants from Canada with these types of profiles are still being rejected.
To make a long story short - almost no unhooked applicants to Harvard, Yale, or Stanford has a “good” chance without serious international recognition. Not these days.