Wherever you find Keybianna “KeKe” Lewis -- whether in the classroom, volunteering in the community, on the athletic field or working at Chick-fil-A -- you can be sure the Stuart W. Cramer High School senior is doing a great job.
Lewis has participated in sports and many extracurricular activities at the high school while maintaining good grades in her classes, including honors chemistry. Ever since her freshman year, she has volunteered twice a month at Stanley Total Living Center where she visits with the residents, playing games and planning activities for them. She also volunteers as a youth leader for her church and helps clean the building each month.
At Stuart W. Cramer, she has been part of the SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Club, Spanish Club, and National Technical Honors Society and is a senior leader with the FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America). She also participated in this year’s drama production of “Hairspray.”
Lewis played on the basketball team and also was a standout member of the track and field team. She earned third place in the discus throw at the conference championship meet, moving on to the western regional championship, where she took seventh place.
Along with her homework, club meetings and sports practices, she also manages to work 30 hours a week at Chick-fil-A.
Lewis’ accomplishments and work ethic have earned her a number of scholarships, including the Stuart W. Cramer “Over the Rainbow” Scholarship and the Mount Holly Rotary Scholarship. In the fall, she’s going to North Carolina A&T University where she plans to major in accounting.