Posted October 06, 2018 06:17:00 This week, I had the privilege of speaking with Claremont senior, Claire Manning, about her passion for blogging, the school’s history, and the school experience.
Claire, welcome to our chat!
Hi, I’m Claire Manning.
I’m a senior at Claremont, and I am currently in the second year of my junior year at Clarewood High School.
I graduated in June, 2018 and am currently studying for my GED.
I’m hoping to go into law school in the coming months.
The school has always been a place that I’ve really enjoyed being a part of, as you all know, and it’s been a very positive and supportive environment for me, too.
I’ve met so many people that have really been wonderful to me, and have really helped me develop as a person.
Claremont is the place where I feel most comfortable in.
I think that’s probably why I’m so proud to say that I’m a high school student.
It’s really been an amazing experience, to be honest.
I feel like it’s really important for me to be able to show a lot of support, and hopefully inspire other young people to be like me, to keep pursuing their dreams.
Claremont is also one of the top schools in the country, and Clarewood is the home of the Claremont Collegiate Institute.
It’s really interesting to me to see how a school like Claremont manages to do this and still retain its reputation as one of America’s top colleges and universities.
The community at Clarebrook is a wonderful place, and to have a school that really embraces its students is something that I really appreciate, because it’s something that’s important to me.
It was important for Clarebrook to be the place that my family grew up and that my grandparents grew up in.
We wanted to make sure that our school had the same kind of environment and atmosphere that they grew up with, and that we wanted to have that kind of community.
And the school has really done that for me.
So Clarebrook has always made me feel very connected to my school and my community.
It gives me a sense of belonging and a sense that I have something to offer in terms of the school, which is a very important part of my life.
Clarebrook, you’re an iconic institution in the area, and you’ve always had an incredibly positive influence on so many young people.
How do you feel about your school’s legacy, and what can Claremont students and their families take away from it?
It’s something very personal for me personally.
I grew up at Clarendon High School, and as a child, my mom and dad had always wanted to get into law practice, and they always said that they would always want to get back to work when they retired, and so I always wanted my mom to do that, too, and my dad was always the one who wanted to be a lawyer.
So we always had a great connection to Claremont.
I think it’s very important for students to remember that they can go to Clarebrook High School to fulfill their dreams, and there’s always a great sense of camaraderie with the students there.
We also have alumni who go to the school that they’re really interested in law practice and to be at Clarewoods campus, so that they feel like they can make their own path to a law degree.
Clarewood has always felt like the home for me and I feel really lucky that I could go there and live there, because that’s really where I felt most comfortable.
As a parent of a young person who is interested in the legal profession, do you think that there’s any chance that there could be a school for young people who are interested in pursuing law practice?
I definitely think that it could.
I actually have two friends who are students at Clare Brook and are really into it, and both of them are doing really well and are excited to get out of school.
I hope that there are students out there who are also looking for that kind.
I also know that I definitely want to make a career out of it.
So I would definitely want that.
Clarington is a small, diverse community.
There are many students who are not able to afford private school, and this is a big reason why Claremont has been able to remain such a popular high school.
Clarelyn and Clarebrook are both really affordable places for young families to live, and students should not be deterred by that.
Clare is also a great place for families to connect, especially as it relates to social media.
Do you think it will ever be as easy as Claremont and Claremont could be, and is there any chance for Claremont to become a community that can help