Raegan Williams recognized as Rotary Club of Clemmons Student of the Month for February
Published 12:05 am Thursday, February 23, 2023
Raegan Williams was recognized on Feb. 15 as the Rotary Club of Clemmons’ Student of the Month for February 2023.
Comments from West Forsyth High School in nominating her: “Raegan has been a class representative for SGA for the last three years, was the senior captain for the Titan Trainers (freshman orientation student volunteers) this fall, has been an all-conference soccer player twice and has been chosen for the all-region soccer team twice and takes some of the most demanding academic courses available to her and excels in them. She also finds time to volunteer outside of school. Raegan is an asset to West Forsyth and a wonderful representative of our school.”
Williams is an excellent student with a GPA of 4.50 and is in the top 25 in a class of 567 students. She is a Crosby Scholar and a member of the National Honor Society.
Williams is involved in several West Forsyth High School sports-related activities, including being a member of the West Forsyth girls soccer team. During her sophomore and junior years, she was named to the all-conference team and to the all region team. She was also a member of the West Forsyth girls basketball team during her freshman and sophomore years and is also a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Other school-related activities include being a member of the Girls Service Club, member of the “Titan Buddies,” member of the West Forsyth ”Titan Trainers” and the senior captain, and a class representative in the West Forsyth Student Government Association for three years.
Williams’ activities outside of school while taking and excelling in the most demanding academic courses available include being a member of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL) NC Fusion Soccer Team — they were conference champions (2022) and qualified for nationals (2020, 2022). She was the Player of the Year (2019); volunteered at “Soccer Nights” soccer camp for underprivileged kids; and volunteered at City Lights Ministry.
Williams will be attending UNC Chapel Hill in the fall and plans to enroll in pre-med/sport medicine courses and become a doctor or dentist.
The Rotary Club of Clemmons congratulates Williams for her accomplishments and contributions to her school and community.