What are my chances of getting into Rice University and other colleges?

Right now my top choices for colleges are Rice, Vanderbilt, UNC-Chapel Hill, Emory, and several others.
I was just wondering if alumni and students could recommend what I do in the upcoming admissions season with these stats and my top college choices.</p>

GPA (unweighted): 3.8
GPA (weighted): probably a 4 or higher.
APs (already taken): Biology and Government (still waiting for scores but most likely a 5 on Bio and a 3 or 4 on Gov)
APs (taking): English, Latin, Physics B, and Calculus AB</p>

<p>SATs: 1970
CR-590 M-740 W-640</p>

<p>ACTs: taking in Fall</p>

<p>Founder-Science Club (Biology Division President) (1 year)
FBLA Historian & Secretary (3 years)
NHS Member (1 year)
Student Council (2 years)
Yearbook (2 years)
Latin Club (President) (3 years)
Varsity Cross Country (3 years)
Varsity Indoor/Outdoor Track (4 years)
Science Olympiad (2 years)
Physics Club (1 year)
Model UN (1 year)
Debate (1 year)</p>

<p>National Latin Exam Gold Medal Winner (3 years so far)
14th Place finish in Protein Building at the Science Olympiad National Tournament
1st Place RI FBLA Word Processing II
3rd Place RI FBLA Local Chapter Scrapbook</p>

<p>Hispanic/White Male from RI
Graduating from a NEASC/Blue Ribbon School in 2011</p>

<p>So with these stats, what are my chances of getting into Rice?</p>

<p>The good news is these schools don't see a lot of applicants from RI which is a big plus. But work on bettter scores, SAT or ACT.</p>