Glencoe High School’s Claire is a senior who is classy, confident, and complex.
And she is already wise beyond her years and committed to making the world a better place. “What really forms my personality,” she says, “are my morals.” “I do my best to always have a positive impact on those around me—from smiling to passers by, to complimenting people who look down, to helping people.“
Claire says that “what makes up a large part of my personality and moral code is that I am thankful. I am not part of the one percent, my family knows conflict and sadness, and I have faced my fair share of trials and tough situations, but I am so grateful. I am taken care of by my parents who love and support me, I was born in a country where (as a girl) I am educated for free and encouraged to pursue any career I wish.”
Claire spends a lot of her spare time with her Glencoe High School robotics club and we made sure to capture some of her high school senior photographs with her wearing her Robotics team shirt. She works specifically with mechanical engineering and design and is a team captain and mechanical leader. “I love designing systems for specific purposes and watching them come to life,” says Claire.”
Aside from those activities, Claire has a love for reading (specifically adventure and fantasy). She essentially grew up in a library, reading books under her mother’s desk who was a librarian. Because of that, Claire and I set out to incorporate her love of books into her High School senior pictures.
Claire is “determined to go to college in California” and spent a good part of her summer touring California colleges. In the meantime, while she’s not reading books, helping others, or building robotics you’ll find her “hiking, shopping (specifically at unique boutiques and funky stores), and dreaming.”
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