Angel Friedl


At A Glance

Favorite Fast Food: Mcdonald’s

Favorite Song: “Getaway car” or “No Body, No Crime” by Taylor Swift

Favorite Color: Lilac Purple

Looking Deeper

BRFHS PAW PRINT: What was your best memory of high school?

Angel Friedl:  My best memory from high school was probably when we went to Cranfest for band and we got first place. It was just super exciting that all of our hard work paid off.

PP: What were you involved with in high school?

AF: I was mostly in band and played in pep bands, solo ensemble events and was a part of Green Team for a couple of years.

PP: How has joining band impacted your high school experience? 

AF: Band was my entire high school experience. It was the main thing I was involved in. It’s the reason I love coming to school every day.  It’s just a great opportunity to meet new people who have a similar interest with you.

PP: Out of all the things you participated with band, what do you remember most?

AF: Marching in the parades is the thing that sticks out the most to me, because we worked so hard on that, like harder than other things in band, and it took the most amount of time and patience and practice and hard work. 

PP: Is there anything you would have done differently throughout your four years of high school?

AF: I think I would change my attitude and outlook. When I first came into high school, I came in already thinking I was going to hate it. I had this really negative really defeated attitude about everything, and it did not make high school any easier for me or any more fun for me to be negative all the time. 

PP: Is there anyone you look up to at this school? 

AF:  I think I definitely look up to Mrs. Neuzil a lot because she’s always positive, happy and outgoing. She’s always there when you need her and very respectful to everyone. I am very grateful to her for everything she’s done for me and for the band.

PP: What are your plans after high school?

AF: I am going to UW-Eau Claire and am currently planning to major in elementary education. When I was in eighth grade and then again in 10th grade, I actually shadowed for some elementary school teachers, and it was just super fun to be around the kids and see from a teacher’s perspective.