East Carteret High School - Emily LeMay


Emily LeMay
BIOGRAPHY:

Hello, my name is Emily LeMay.  I am a seventeen year old senior at East Carteret High School in Beaufort.  I am the daughter of Charles and Kim LeMay. I am the youngest of three siblings. I have an older sister, Maggie and older brother, CJ.  I am from Atlantic, NC. I have lived in this “Down East” community of Carteret County all my life. I come from a long line of commercial fisherman, seafood dealers, and boat builders.  In the summer months, I help at my granddaddy Dean’s seafood business with my mom, granddaddy, granny and uncle William. I enjoy taking trips to Disney World and going on cruises, especially with my uncle Charles.  During my four years at East Carteret I was involved in FFA, FBLA, HOSA, SkillsUSA, NTHS, NSHSS, and BETA Club. When I was younger I played softball with my parks and rec league for 9 years and one year in middle school.  Numerous times our All-star team won district championship titles and played in the state tournaments. This was such a great time for me. I was coached by some of the best coaches in the area. I learned so much from each of them.  This year I am using what I learned to help coach my niece, Lydia’s softball team. My family is very important to me. I have a very large family who I love dearly. I would not be who I am without the support of each of them.



SCHOOL: East Carteret High School
NAME: Emily LeMay
AGE: 17
PLANS FOR NEXT YEAR: I will be enrolling at Craven Community College and pursuing a degree in phlebotomy.
WHAT IS THE MOST CHALLENGING TASK AS A SENIOR: The most challenging task as a senior is maintaining my motivation to continue to work hard and achieve my goals.
WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR UNDER CLASSMEN: The advice I have for underclassmen is don't stress out about the things you can't control.
WHAT HAS BEEN THE HIGHLIGHT OF YOUR SENIOR YEAR: The highlight of my senior year has been being inducted into Beta Club and being able to spend my senior year with Ms.Joanna helping her with her fourth grade class.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN 10 YEARS: In 10 years, I see myself being a phlebotomy technician drawing patients blood at the hospital.
WHO IS THE MOST INFLUENTIAL PERSON IN YOUR LIFE AND WHY: My grandparents are the most influential people in my life.  They both have been there for me from day one.  They both instilled great work ethics, caring for others, and pushed me to never give up. I would not be who I am today without them.
I AM MOST UNIQUE BECAUSE: My work ethic is the defining trait which sets me apart from the rest of my classmates. I'm proud to say that I've given 100% in my education, sports, and my community.
WHAT IS THE ONE QUOTE YOU LIVE BY: "You're braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. But the most important thing is even if we're apart...I'll always be with you." - A.A Milne
WHAT ARE 5 THINGS YOU VALUE MOST IMPORTANT AT THIS POINT IN YOUR LIFE: The five things I value the most at this point in my life are my faith, family, friends, loyalty, and truthfulness.
IF YOU COULD MOVE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD, WHERE WOULD IT BE AND WHY: To be honest, I wouldn't want to move anywhere else. I truly love where I live now and I will continue to be a part of this community.
WHAT IS THE ONE THING YOUR CLASSMATES STILL DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU AFTER ALL THIS TIME: In 2014 I was diagnosed with a pituitary tumor.
WHICH YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL WAS YOUR FAVORITE: My favorite year of high school has been my senior year.
IF YOU WERE STRANDED ON A DESERTED ISLAND AND COULD ONLY TAKE ONE ITEM WITH YOU, WHAT WOULD IT BE?: If I was stranded on a deserted island and could only bring one item it would be a photo with me and all of my big family to help me keep my sanity.

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