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WILDCAT Q&A with Julianne Sexton

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Julianne Sexton, senior at BOHS  [Image Credit: Julianne Sexton]

Julianne Sexton, senior at BOHS [Image Credit: Julianne Sexton]

    Julianne Sexton, senior, tells her stories about her choir career

      Q.What teams are you in for Choir?

        I am president of Tiffany’s and Spellbound and Masquerade team.

          Q.What are you working on currently after National Competition?

            It’s the end of the year, so now we’re just preparing for our final show that we have every single year in May, it’s called “Spring Magic.” We perform all of our competition sets for our friends and family, and the seniors get to sing a song together and it’s every emotional.

              Q.When did you start your choir career?

                I started doing choir since my 7th grade.

                  Q.What is your future goal?

                    My future goal is to be on Broadway. I just really love to sing and perform.

                      Q.Who is your role model relating to your choir career?

                        My role model is Laura Osnes. She’s like my idol.

                          Q.How did Brea Olinda Choir help you?

                            I think being in the show choir program at Brea Olinda has helped me prepare for what I want to do when I am a little older.

                              Q.You are a senior, what would you miss most?

                                I would miss performing with my friends. I absolutely loved performing onstage with my friends.

                                  Q.How were your high school years?

                                    I have enjoyed every minute of high school and of show choir. I wouldn’t change a single thing.

                                      Choha Kim/ sophomore at Brea Olinda High School, .
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This is Choha Kim, a student editor-in-chief. I manage, edit, and publish articles about Brea Olinda High School, based on the recommendation of Mrs. Campbell, founder of Brea Old and New. Links for my articles:

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