What kinds of colleges will I get into?

<p>Unweighted GPA: 3.3
Weighted GPA: 3.8
SAT: (I don't take it until March, but I got a 1830 on my PSAT so I'm expecting somewhere around that range)
Class Rank: Top 25% (out of 560)
APs: Freshman: Human Geography
Sophomore: American Government, World History
Junior: English Language, Calculus AB, American History, Psychology, Comparative Govt.
Senior: (if all goes as planned) English Literature, Latin, Statistics, Economy, Biology</p>

<p>-Cross Country four years
-Track four years
-FCA- Freshman Year
-Ecology Club- Sophomore Year
-National English Honors Society
-National Social Studies Honors Society
-Service Club all four years
-Latin Club since sophomore year, Vice President in junior year, 75% chance of being President as a senior </p>

<p>I'm most likely going to go a state school like FSU, LSU, or Auburn, but I'd like to get into the Honors Programs there if possible, along with the slight possibility of Tulane. I still have one semester left of junior year to bring my GPA up, plus I'd be willing to do extra online classes this summer if needed. </p>

<p>Just wanted an outsider's opinion, I feel like my friends/family are just telling me what I want to hear. Don't be TOO mean, but please tell me what I need to do!</p>

<p>Go to the college search engine at college confidential, or cappex dot com to see what colleges makes sense for your stats. You can plug in your GPA (unweighted), SAT and location preferences to get a starting point. You will have plenty of choices, but make sure you're realistic about reach/target/safety schools. You may not get into honors at one school, but at a target or safety school, you could. My son's stats are similar to yours but he's in the Northeast so his list of schools won't work for you.</p>

<p>When I did a quick search on SuperMatch at CC, I found the following 3 schools popped up on top when I typed in location=Southeast, GPA=3.3, SAT=1830:</p>

<p>1
University of Louisville
Louisville, Kentucky</p>

<p>2
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama</p>

<p>University of South Carolina Upstate
Spartanburg, South Carolina</p>