D.H. Conley - Matt Lower
My name is Matthew Allen Lower, and I am a senior at D.H. Conley High School. My parents are Jeff and Angie, and my sister is Meghan. I was born here in Greenville, and I am proud to say I have lived here all of my life. Through my 18 years here, I have had many lessons and experiences.
School is something I have put a lot of effort into in my life, and I think that it is very important. Not only does school teach you about a variety of subjects, but it teaches you about work ethic, deadlines, social skills, and much more. To further my education after high school, I will be attending UNC Charlotte as a Levine Scholar, and I intend on pursuing a degree in computer science.
Other than school, I also enjoy a variety of clubs and hobbies. I am the Drive Team Captain for the Pitt Pirates Robotics Team and the VP of Competitive Events and Design for my school’s FBLA chapter. When I’m not busy with my clubs, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, playing video games, listening to music, and working on personal video projects.
Attending UNC Charlotte full-time
Balancing the workload of your senior year with the workload of preparing for your future
Prioritize! Decide what matters to you most; that’s what deserves your time.
Spending time with my fellow seniors. It’s our final year together, and I’m enjoying making memories.
Working at a computer science job in Charlotte, NC, and being involved in the community.
My family, as cliché as it sounds. They support me in everything I do.
I have a variety of interests. I am involved with Pitt Pirates Robotics, FBLA, and I am very interested in video, music, special effects, and more.
“There will always be someone smarter, faster, or better than you, but they will never be you.”
Relationships (family/friends), education, morals, work ethic, and compassion
Paris! After taking AP European History, I am intrigued by the copious amount of culture and history in France.
I love cinematography! Video is a big passion of mine, and something I am planning on minoring in at college.
Easily my senior year. There are so many amazing endings and events I get to participate in with people I’ve known my entire life.
A machete. When you’re stranded on a desert island, you have to be practical.