WHS senior spotlight: Cynthia LeAnn Williams
Cynthia LeAnn Williams is a senior at Williams High School. She has attended school in Williams for nine years. She moved to Williams from Bakersfield, California.
In high school, Cynthia participated in volleyball and cheer. She also was involved in law enforcement.
Cynthia’s favorite class in high school was art.
“I’ve always had a passion for art. I’ve been in an art class for as long as I can remember,” Cynthia said.
Cynthia’s favorite teacher at WHS was Ms. Cargill.
“She was really there for me. She was like a friend of mine, which was nice,” Cynthia said.
Cynthia’s favorite high school memory is homecoming.
“We have a lot of fun, and as a class we all come together,” Cynthia said.
In her downtime, Cynthia likes to draw.
“I like to draw flowers and landscapes. Sunflowers are my favorite,” Cynthia said.
Outside of school, Cynthia is the assistant manager at the Wild West Junction.
After graduation, Cynthia plans to take a gap year to travel. At the top of her list is visiting Forks, Washington.
“I want to go around and see places,” Cynthia said.