A. Nicole Millet

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A. Nicole Millet is a graduating Senior from Spanish Fork High School. She is from the Cherokee Nation. Anyone who knows her would describe her as a computer genius, super shy, talented at art, and a great example to others.  

Something that makes her accomplishments remarkable is that she lives with High-Functioning Autism. Nicole’s team of teachers, administrative staff, and administrators have been critical to her success and she would like to thank them. She is dedicating her graduation to her family and her team through her years in Nebo Public Schools:

Brockbank Elementary - Kristel Peterson, Allison Hanson, and (posthumously) Karen Swenson

Diamond Fork Jr. High School - Coy Nedesky, Trudy Ballow, Melanie Wilde, Mindy Young, Katie Reese  (Now at Springville Jr. High)

Spanish Fork High School - Deon Youd, Heidi Prees, Christina Shakespear, Heather Love, Heidi Whittaker (Utah Parent Center), Kippy Bishop, Jo Lynn Ford, and Brandi Fausett

Advanced Learning Center - Ben Ford, Preston Powell, Rob Eastmond, and Miranda Hjorth

In her free time, Nicole can be found on her computer. She has taken several college-level computer courses, her favorites being 3D Graphics and Animation and Game Development. She graduated from Code to Success last summer. She has earned two CTE Career Pathways - Graphic Design & Communication: Digital Media and Computer Programming and Software Development.

Nicole will attend Utah Valley University, and hopes to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Her travel dreams include going to Alaska to see the Aurora Borealis and Southern California to go to Disneyland and Legoland.  

Nicole, you are such a bright young lady and you have accomplished so much! Congratulations on your upcoming graduation! You are a great example to others, and you have the qualities necessary to be a successful leader in the future. Good luck in college and your future endeavors. The Nebo Title VI program is very proud of you!



Dena Millet