Rotary Good Citizen: Kayleigh Lepage

Kayleigh Lepage

Kayleigh Lepage

Kayleigh Lepage of North Bridgton has been selected as the Bridgton-Lake Region Rotary Club’s “Citizen of the Month” for May.

Each month, the Rotary Club recognizes a Lake Region High School student who displays good citizenship and contributes to the school community. The recipient is honored at a Rotary breakfast meeting and is presented a savings bond.

Parents: Dave and Karen Lepage

Siblings: Nick and Cam

Activities: Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Indoor Field Hockey, Varsity Club, Prom Committee and National Honors Society.

Community activities: Volunteer at Holly Berry Craft Fair, Casco Days and Youth Field Hockey League.

Hobbies: Running, photography and traveling.

Future plans: Attend Stonehill College this fall and will be looking to earn a degree in journalism and social media and then hopefully travel around the world.

Schools applied to: Stonehill College, Lasell College, Husson University, Plymouth State University, University of New England, Susqeuhanna University and Colby-Sawyer College.

Schools accepted to: Stonehill College, Lasell College, Husson University, Plymouth State University, University of New England and Colby-Sawyer College.

What is your favorite class? Humanities because the class itself is so full of real life experiences along with the backgrounds and life styles of different countries. You get a good feel for the real world outside of high school. Plus, Mr. Carlson and Mrs. Gaumont know exactly how to engage each and every one of us in every activity.

What is your toughest class? Physics because it is hard to comprehend and learn at such a fast pace.

How do you balance your class work and your extracurricular activities? Time management is very important when being a three-sport athlete, who is very dedicated to academics as well, along with doing community service, and spending time with family and friends. For me, I have learned to balance the most important things in my life and have made the most use out of my time each and every day.

What is the biggest challenge high school students’ face today? I would say the biggest challenge high students have would be managing time so you can fit everything you would like to do, in your schedule. Academics should always come first, and then you fit in what is most important to you, afterwards.

Who has inspired you educationally? Mr. Carlson has inspired me to be the best student I can possibly be. He always strives for me to do better and that is very important to me. Along with occasionally cracking a few jokes here and there, he helps me create a whole new perspective on things I would have never thought about. He is the one person I look up to the most in this school.



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