Karli Gormley will graduate from North Branch High School with a 4.091 GPA. Karli is the Student Council President, Senior Class Vice-President, and an active member of the National Honor Society, Friends of Rachel, Link Crew, RAMP (Realizing All My Potential) charter member, Environmental Club and Yearbook. Karli also played high school volleyball, soccer and basketball, and earned a basketball scholarship for her academics, as well as All-Conference recognition.
In her free time, Karli volunteers with the summer soccer and basketball youth programs, and is a 4-H camp counselor for Camp Lael in Lapeer. Karli is also very active in her church, being a member of the Youth Choir and Youth Ministry. Karli is a Red Cross certified lifeguard and works at the City of Lapeer Recreation Center and Torzewski Waterpark north of Lapeer.
While a senior, Karli participated in the MCAP – Medical Career Accelerated Program- as a dual enrolled student with the University of Michigan-Flint, earning 14 credit hours. When the AP testing is completed, Karli may gain an additional 12 credit hours, thereby allowing her to start college in the fall as a sophomore. Karli plans to attend Grand Valley State University in the fall, and will be pursuing a degree in biomedical sciences with emphasis in microbiology and biotechnology. Then she is hoping to attend medical school in the near future, as she would like to study Pediatric Medicine. Karli’s dream is to work in a children’s hospital and care for seriously ill children.
Karli is the daughter of Daniel and Teresa Gormley and is the 5th of seven siblings.