A two-sport athlete at Washington Academy in East Machias, Taylor Seeley participated in volleyball and basketball. She was a member of the Washington Academy varsity volleyball team for four years and served as team captain in both her junior and senior seasons. She helped lead her squad to the Penobscot Valley Conference championship in 2009 and to a Class B state championship in her senior campaign. She was a First Team All-Conference selection for three years and an All-State player in 2010.
Taylor has also excelled on the basketball court. She is only the second female player in the history of the school to score 1,000 points for her career. Taylor was a member of Eastern Maine Class B runner-up squads as a sophomore and a junior and led the Raiders to an Eastern Maine Class B championship in 2011. She has been named a Penobscot Valley Conference All-Star on three occasions and was selected by the Bangor Daily News to its All-Tournament Team.
In addition to her involvement in athletics, Taylor has been involved in a number of extra-curricular activities at Washington Academy. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has volunteered with the Students Teaching About Respect Program. Taylor also attended the Maine Youth Leadership Conference and has worked in local youth volleyball and basketball camps. She has also received a number of awards for academic excellence and received the Magna Cum Laude Award for excellence on the National Latin Exam.
An outstanding student, Taylor has a career average of 96.51 and ranks 5th in a class of 95 students. Taylor intends to study nursing in college and is considering attending the University of New England, St. Joseph's College, the University of Maine, or Husson University. She is the daughter of Stephen and Stephanie Seeley and resides in Jonesboro.
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