Meet 2016 Model Kaley again!
Leave Kaley some love to help her raise money for the Comfort Closet at Carmel United Methodist Church.
What are your favorite activities?
Cheerleading, watching movies, doing anything with my friends and family.
What do you do on a typical night out with friends?
We usually go to whatever game is going on at the high school since I’ll be cheering but after we’ll go out to Boom Bozz or Bdubs and get some food then go to someone’s house and watch a movie. Or we’ll get a big group and go bowling.
What type of music makes you get up and dance?
Any music! I’m a choir kid so I’ll be dancing and singing to anything. But truly any pop song or fun upbeat music.
What movie makes you happy?
What movie makes you cry?
Fault in our Stars
What TV show are you addicted to?
Pretty Little Liars and use to be Gossip Girl.
When you were little, what did you dream of being when you grew up?
An actress or a nurse.
What food does your family cook that you will miss when you go to college?
My mom’s homemade twice-baked potatoes and seasoned chicken with corn.
Who are your role models and why?
1. Kaylin Lapel – I cheered with her my freshmen and sophomore year and then she graduated but I learned so much from her. She constantly helped me get better and treated me as an equal even though I was 2 grades below her. She taught patience and leadership and just pushed me far beyond what I thought my limits were and I am forever grateful for her.
2. My brother, Conner – he pushes himself every day to be better than he was the day before. He struggled a lot with high school when he first started out and he never gave up no matter how bad it was getting. He found himself tutoring, did extra work to understand materials more, etc. He was also very shy and the transformation that happened was amazing. Now in his second year at IU, he is already the President of his fraternity and has so many great friends now.
Why do you think you are more than just a teenager?
I think that I am more than just a teenager because no matter how young or old you are, your ideas can be just as developed or mature as anyone else’s. There are some kids who have amazing ideas that some adults would never think of. We are the future of our country so people need to give kids more credit for our creativity.
What do you want people to remember about you when they look back on your senior year?
I want to be remembered as the outgoing girl full of school spirit who was involved with the school in a lot of ways and who was always kind and friends with everyone.
What kind of impact do you want to make on the world?
Any small thing counts. So no matter what I end up doing in life, I want to help the community that I live in in anyway possible.