Amber Fregoso is one of our fantastic seniors from Springville High School. She is Lakota/Mexican. Her friends and family would say that she is shy when you first meet her but don’t be misled, because once she gets to know you and you get to know her, you will say she is outgoing, loud and joyful. She is also very caring and has a way of knowing if someone is having a hard time. In her free time she likes to relax with a good movie or just taking a nap. She also like sitting outside and listening to music. Her music tastes vary from modern music to classical, especially piano pieces. You might find Amber watching Bob’s Burgers on Netflix and enjoying some fettuccine alfredo, a good salad and steak. Those are her favorite foods.
If given a choice of colors she would choose black, lavender and baby pink. She enjoys running and playing volleyball. She doesn’t shy away from things that she struggles with. And even though Math was a struggle, especially after her accident, it has been her favorite class. Moments she will remember in high school are the football games and pep rallies. She plans on going to UVU this fall and is well on her way because she received the Title VI Parent Committee scholarship this year.
One thing on Amber’s bucket list is one day going skydiving. She thinks it would be a thrill. Amber is a senior who will be missed. Good luck and keep smiling Amber, the world is a better place because of people like you. We leave you with Amber’s favorite quote. “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn,” - Benjamin Franklin.