While the crowd waited, the Northview High School Band and Guard entertained with a variety of music.
"This is exciting are you kidding me? It is history, nothing cool like this happens in Brazil and it is really cool that something like this happened," NHS Senior Sam Spencer, 18, said.
Band students were notified last night via e-mail to bring their band shoes in order to play.
A representative from City Hall called NHS?band director Bob Medworth and asked to have the band there to perform.
Immediately Medworth contacted principal Tim Rayle and got together for a quick meeting to get everything OK'd from the transportation to the students getting lunch early.
"The school corporation made it very easy for the students to participate in this event," said Medworth.
Students who were 18 that had permission from their parents were able to hear Clinton in person and returned to school when it was over, according to Senior Class sponsor Jennifer Pugh.
"The students were very excited about coming to this event," said Pugh
"It is cool that she (Clinton) includes small communities and people in her tour," NHS Senior, Sheila Spencer, 18, said.
The band played on while Clinton was signing autographs and talking to other interested parties.