Will I get into these colleges with a 3.0/3.2 GPA?

So I have around a 3.2 GPA. I messed up freshman year so bad. I think science threw me off the most for sure. I have a disease/disorder which I’d rather not talk about. But becuase of those, my grades are terrible. If I work my butt off junior year, will colleges see that as an improvement and a hard worker?

Freshman year:

Earth Science: 66
Geometry: 72
Global History: 86
Research: 75
English Honors: 80
Photography: 94
Physical Education: 98
Spanish: 91
Writing: 100

Sophomore Year:

Spanish Honors: 89
Studio Art: 96
English Honors: 82
Physical Education: 100
Health: 100
Global History Honors: 85
Biology Honors: 76
Algebra 2 and Trigonometry: 71
Video & Audio Production - 100

As far as extracurriculars go:
World Honors Society Member
President of key club
President of students against destructive decision
JV Volleyball - 1 year
Varsity Volleyball - 1 year
Varsity Gymnastics - 3 years

These are the colleges that I’m thinking about:


University of Arizona
University of Connecticut

U of Delaware
Drexel Univ

Florida Atlantic Univ

U of Florida

U of Hartford

Hofstra Univ

U of IL Urbana-Champaign

Indiana U Bloomington

UMD College Park

U of Miami
Pennsylvania State Univ
SUNY Stony Brook
SUNY Geneseo

Syracuse Univ

The Ohio State University

West Virginia Univ
University of Colorado - Boulder
University of Wisconsin - Madison

Improvement of grades (I.e Upward trend) should probably be viewed in a positive light and may a have a somewhat of a positive affect admissions wise. You can’t accurately chance a school yet without your junior year grades and/or your SAT/ACT Scores at least, but your GPA now does have some room for improvement to improve your chances for college admissions, as the outlook would be gloom if your grades remain the same through your junior year. However, this should be of no sudden alarm just yet, and it is imperative that you work hard and produce the best grades possible in your junior year. Does your school offer any AP/IB Courses ? If so, I strongly recommend taking them to improve the rigor of your schedule. Also look in to taking the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, or the ACT this year.

good luck.