Congratulations to our Senior student, Gusma Krough

 

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Noblesse International School would like to extend its congratulations to our Senior student, Gusma Krough, for being accepted to the #4 ranked best bachelor in Engineering Degree in the U.S.A., at the University of Minnesota.

This is a great pride for his family as well as for the NIS community.

The small counselor-to-student ratio at Noblesse International School allows for a highly individualized boutique approach to college counseling. Our college counselors draw upon their individual expertise to collaborate – creating a team approach when working with students and families. We empower students with the tools and life skills necessary to have ownership of the college admissions process. The goal is to guide and support students in exploring a broad range of best fit post-secondary options both in the United States and abroad that align with their skills, strengths, and interests.

Congratulations Gus! We are very proud of you!

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Congratulations to our Senior student, Gusma Krough

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