Claire Brown outta town

We are coming up on summer faster than you know it at NUHS. Everyone is stressing to crunch in final assignments and finish up last-minute projects. Seniors are the most stressed about passing all of their classes and stressing about their lives coming up after high school. Even with this stress, no senior is more cool, calm, and collected to get into their adult life as Claire Brown.

Claire has been in New Ulm Public Schools from the beginning of kindergarten. During this time Claire has been a part of any kind of musical and fine art programs throughout the school. She has been a part of countless musicals, plays, choir programs, competitive choir, and much much more.

Claire is continuing her love of the fine arts at Gustavus Adolphus College. “I’m really excited, this has been my dream college and I am happy to be able to go here this fall,” Brown said. Claire is excited to begin her new schooling career at Gustavus this upcoming fall semester.

Claire has never turned down an opportunity to display her amazing talents. This spring Claire was personally invited to New York to sing for thousands of people in a grand theater. Claire got to sing with a fantastic choir of hand-picked students to travel and take this opportunity in New York. “It was really nerve-racking, but an amazing opportunity,” Brown said.

For Claire, this graduation marks not only the end of a memorable high school experience but also the beginning of an adventure into more advanced education. As Claire steps onto the college campus, she will be highly prepared and ready to carry out her dreams and continue her passion for the arts. With her impressive academic record, Claire was easily accepted into Gustavus. Gustavus is renowned for its excellent music programs. This transition from high school to college can be very daunting, but Claire has already tackled that fear. She has been taking advantage of orientation programs and asking some peers about their experiences at Gustavus, such as choir director Mr. Olson

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