Howdie Madie Boyle

Madie Boyle is a sophomore who loves to sing and hopes to get into a special fine arts school.



Madie Boyle at The Junior Superstar singing competition in 2017 at the Sugar Land Town Center.

By Brenna Buchanan, Staff Writer

The Wrangler: What is the name of the school you are trying to attend?

Boyle: It is the Kinder school for the performing and visual arts.

The Wrangler: Why is this school special?

Boyle: The school focuses on only fine arts.

The Wrangler: When or where did you hear about the school? 

Boyle: I heard about it from my dad.

The Wrangler: What do you have to do to get into this school? 

Boyle: I have to sing a lot. I have to read and sing a piece of music that I have never seen before.

The Wrangler: If you get into the school how quickly will you leave?  

Boyle: I would be enrolled at the beginning of my junior year.
The Wrangler: How do your parents feel about you wanting to go to the school?

Boyle: My parents support me with my decision to want to go to the school. It was actually my idea for me to audition for the spot. 

The Wrangler: Do you want to go to university for singing? 

Boyle: Yes, I do want to go to university for singing. I’m not exactly sure what I want to major in but definitely something music-related for sure. 

The Wrangler: How will this school help your singing career?  

Boyle: It will make me better as a singer because they have a better choir program than I am in now. The school will also make me more noticeable to colleges when I decide to apply. 

The Wrangler: How long have you been singing?

Boyle: I have been singing for around 7 years.