CLASS OF 2021

Check out our amazing seniors!

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Bridget McNeff

 

 

Bridget is graduating from Minnesota Virtual Academy, and with Honors at North Hennepin Community College with an Associates of Arts Degree, and American Sign Language Certification.  

 

Bridget will be attending Adrian College in Adrian, MI. She plans on majoring in English and Japanese.  She will continue her journey in synchronized skating on Adrian Senior Team, and Team USA!

 

Bridget is a quadruple USFS Gold Medalist in Moves in the Field, Solo Free Dance, Dance, and Solo Dance, and a USFS Platinum Level Graduating Senior.

 

She has competed:

Regionals: 2016, 2017, 2018 

Midwestern Sectionals: 2018, 2019, 2020 

Nationals: 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020 

 

Sectional/National Medals:

She is a National Silver Medalist in Solo Dance 2016, a Silver Medalist, and 2 time Gold Medalist at Sectionals.

 

Words of Wisdom to her team:

"I would say to make sure to take time for yourself every so often. Yes, it’s important to strive for perfection, but it is extremely tiring. Allow yourself a moment of relaxation every so often. It’s more important than you may think." 

- Bridget

Emily Miller

 

 

 

 

Emily is graduating from Irondale High School, and from Anoka Ramsey Community College with an Associates of Arts Degree.  

 

Emily will be attending Adrian College this upcoming fall. She plans to major in Biochemistry with a minor in Business.

 

She will be skating for Adrian’s Senior Varsity Synchronized Skating Team and representing Team USA!

 

Emily is a double gold medalist in Moves in the Field and Solo Free Dance. She has passed her Junior free-skate and is a Platinum level ISI competitor. She also received the USFS graduating seniors Platinum Award! 

 

She is a regional, sectional, and national competitor claiming gold and silver medals for synchronized figure skating.

 

She is also a state silver medalist and holds three high school letters for figure skating.

 

Note to fellow skaters:

“Take advantage of every opportunity you’re given in school and skating. Don’t be afraid to try new sports, school clubs, or skating disciplines. You’ll learn more about yourself, your priorities, and why skating is special to you!”

- Emily

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