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Senior Spotlight — Kenslie Brianna Baudean

MADISON – Kenslie Brianna Baudean is a graduating senior at James Clemens High School.

Baudean enjoyed a wide array of subjects at James Clemens, including biomedical science, English, history and Color Guard. She graduated with a 4.1 GPA and completed two advanced placement classes and nine honors courses.

She marched with James Clemens Competition Marching Band during all four years of high school; during the last two years, Baudean served as a captain. In extracurricular activities, Baudean was involved with Paws for A Cause, ASL Club, Mu Alpha Theta and Biomedical Academy.

Kenslie’s parents are Jay and Christy Baudean. Kenslie has a younger brother, 11-year-old Jayden Baudean.

Kenslie will major in nursing at the University of North Alabama. “I will also continue my passion with Color Guard with the UNA Marching Pride Band,” she said.

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