My name is Amber Kelley. I love to sing, write, dance, act, shoot photographs, and many other things. I am one of the most friendly people you will ever meet. I love to socialize and hang out with friends. I have very high standards for myself and I refuse to conform to society. I am silly and very young at heart. I love to get out and do things, but I also enjoyed time to relax and listen to new music or write a book. Music is my life! I do not know what I would do without music to pump me up and get me going. I listen to almost everything and I have learned to appreciate many different kinds of music. I am not a very big fan of country though. I graduated with 51 other students from a very small 2A school with a population of 3,900. I spent a glorious amount of my time in the marching band. I marched with my flute for two years, danced in the color guard for two years, and have been playing in concert band since 6th grade. I was nominated Cisco High School’s Homecoming Queen and also Queen Lobo the 80th this past year. Our mascot is the lobo and for all of you that don’t know, lobo means “wolf” in Spanish. I participated in theater, media club, FCCLA, FCA, and other organizations. I was Color Guard captain, class reporter, Media Club president, and reporter of the National Honor’s Society. An interesting fact about myself is that bright lights make me sneeze. I also don’t watch television because it makes me dizzy and, oddly enough, drains my energy. Now on special occasions, like when I’m at a friend’s house, I’ll watch a show or two. I worked at the Junior Lobo Academy daycare for a year. Those kids completely melt my heart and I miss them so much already. I love being around children and teaching them small things, like how to count to 10 or tie their shoe. My junior and senior year in high school have been the best years of my life and I hope that college brings even more memorable and exciting experiences.