From guiding the Friday night football games to helping out his community, senior Ian Lemersal tackles new challenges all throughout MC with his work in ASB and other extracurriculars.
“I either partake in ASB related events, play tennis, do college apps, get ahead, volunteer, and other stuff like that” Lemersal said.
As his last year at MC,, Lemersal puts in hours of work into college applications, acquiring letters of recommendations, and keeping up his grades throughout the school year.
“I’m applying to a good amount of schools, such as : Wisconsin, Michigan, Notre Dame, USC, Vanderbilt, University of Chicago, and a couple others” Lemersal said.
Despite all of his work into his college education, Lemersal also spends time volunteering for no other purpose than the joy of giving back to his community and helping those in need.
“My most recent volunteer activity was this event called Acing Autism, where we teaching tennis to kids with special needs on the weekend” Lemersal said. “ I already exceeded the number of volunteer hours required last year, so at this point I’m just doing it cause I like. And I plan to lead organizations like this later in college.”
Four years at MC has forged great students and alumni all across the globe. Lemersal steps into the world this coming June along with his fellow peers.
“It’s been an awesome time at MC and it gets better every year.” Lemersail said. “The more you get involved the better things will be for you at MC.”
As a lasting footnote in his memory, Lemersal reminisces of his most memorable moment at MC.
“Hosting the pep rally was fun, but going on the live broadcast for the first time was really fun. Maybe I haven’t found my most memorable moment yet, and it could come along this year” Lemersal said.
In conclusion, Lemersal will be leaving MC a better place than when he arrived as a freshmen, and will always remember, it’s great to be a Sundevil.