October 31, 2014

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Meagan Stott


BIOGRAPHY:
As this chapter of my life closes, I have complete confidence that God holds my future in the palm of his hands. Although it is bittersweet to say goodbye to high school and step forward into the life of a college student, I am grateful for the memories that Southern Wayne has given me.

I currently hold several leadership positions at my school including Treasurer of the National Honor Society, President of the Spanish Honor Society, and Vice President of the Student Government Association. I am an active member of Wayne’s Chapel Church of God of Prophecy and spend much of my summer volunteering at our youth camp in High Point, NC. In addition to church, I am a member of Mrs. Robin’s Academy of Dance and have been dancing there since the age of three years old. I have also been the libero for the Southern Wayne volleyball team for the past four years. In the fall, I plan to attend the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to pursue a degree in English or International Studies. My dream is to become a missionary and teach English in another country someday.


SCHOOL: Southern Wayne High School
NAME: Meagan Stott
AGE: 18
PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR: University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
FAVORITE SCHOOL SUBJECT: English
FAVORITE EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY: Volleyball
FAVORITE BOOK: The Christy Miller Series by Robin Jones Gunn
FAVORITE SONG: "Come to Me" Bethel Worship
FAVORITE BAND: Jesus Culture
FAVORITE TV SHOW: Grey's Anatomy
FAVORITE MOVIE: A Walk to Remember
FAVORITE ACTOR/ACTRESS: Katherine Heigl
FAVORITE FOOD: Sweet Potato Fries
FAVORITE THING TO DO ON WEEKENDS: I love to read and spend time with my family.
FAVORITE SEASON: Summer
FUN FACT: I hope to visit five different countries by the time I am twenty-five.
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: My Bible

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