Senior Kameron Chavis is a Lumberton Senior High School student-athlete with an impressive resume. Kameron has excelled both academically in the classroom and athletically on the soccer field. He is involved in all aspects of school and community.
While taking several Honors and Advanced Placement courses, as well as CCP courses at Robeson Community College, he has maintained academic excellence. Chavis was on the honor roll throughout high school, and was named a Marshall during his junior year, representing the top 5% of his class. Kameron’s hard work and determination earned him invitations to be a member of three academic organizations, all of which he is a current member (National Beta Club, National Honor Society, and National Technical Honor Society). Kameron is also a N.C. Scholar and will graduate summa cum laude. His culture is an important part of his life. He is an active member of the American Indian Student Association and American Indian Science & Engineering Society, where he participates in cultural camps and activities.
Kameron played JV Soccer during his freshman year, Varsity Soccer his sophomore, junior and senior years, and tennis during his freshman and sophomore year. He received Varsity letters and was recognized as a Scholar Athlete multiple years. Chavis was named Captain of the Varsity Soccer team during his senior year, and earned a spot on the All-County, All-Region, and All-Conference teams. He received the coaches award and was recognized as the Most Valuable Player during his senior year.
In addition to playing sports and maintaining academic excellence, Kameron works a part-time job at Cook-Out and still finds time to give back to the community. He has volunteered at the Robeson County Humane Society for the past 4 years, served as a Junior Volunteer at Southeastern Regional Medical Center during the summer, and served through various churches and organizations during Hurricane Matthew and Florence recovery relief.
Kameron has been accepted to all universities to which he applied, but has opted to continue his first 2 years here at home at UNC-Pembroke, where he has been accepted into the Pre-Engineering program.
Way to go Kameron! Go Pirates!