Campbell Christensen

Edmond Memorial High School

A class salutatorian, Christensen is an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and the recipient of the Hendrix College Provost Scholarship. She is captain of the varsity tennis team, winning third place at 6A Tennis State and named USA Today Honorable Mention for Oklahoma City Metro Area Tennis. Christensen is a member of Youth Leadership Exchange and Youth Leadership Edmond as well as the founder and president of Progressive Youth Oklahoma. She is founder and president of the Badminton Club and enjoys creating art in her free time. Christensen volunteers regularly coaching and teaching tennis and serves as a mentor and Junior Deacon for her church. She plans to play collegiate tennis and study art or film at Hendrix College in Conway, Ark. Scholarship sponsor: Mustang Fuel Corporation

Irene Cui

Edmond Memorial High School

A class valedictorian, Cui is a National Merit finalist and an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction. She is an ice skater and coach for the Oklahoma City Figure Skating Club and a U.S. Figure Skating Gold Medalist for Moves in the Field and Solo Free Dance. Cui is principal cellist for the Edmond Memorial Symphonic Orchestra and member of the Oklahoma Music Educators Association All-State Orchestra. She is a member of National Honor Society and a math tutor. When she is not ice skating, Cui also enjoys kickboxing and reading. She plans to study chemical and biomedical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pa. Scholarship sponsor: Postic & Bates, Attorneys at Law

Jaclyn Fan

Edmond Santa Fe High School

A National Merit finalist and member of the Superintendents Leadership Council, Fan is a class officer and Pivot Teen Service board member. She is a member of the Central Oklahoma Debate Institute and was named a Top 30 Public Forum Debater by the National Speech and Debate Association. Fan was also an Oklahoma Youth and Government State Appellate Attorney Champion and National Judicial Competition Qualifier. She was principal violinist at the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute. Fan volunteers with the Metropolitan Library System and the Ronald McDonald Charity in Oklahoma City. She plans to attend the University of Pennsylvania. Scholarship sponsor: NBC Oklahoma

Christopher Lee

Edmond North High School

Named Valedictorian with Distinction, Lee is an Oklahoma Regents Scholar and Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction. He is a four-time North Central Honors Orchestra member and two-time Violist in the Oklahoma Music Educators Association All-State Orchestra. Lee is the CEO of the DEAFine Music Foundation and served as chief web officer for Live Life Music Association. He was symphony class representative of the Edmond North Orchestra Student Council and is president of the Edmond North Chinese Club. Lee served as a summer counselor for Hearts for Hearing and is an Edmond Amateur Radio Society monthly siren testing volunteer. He plans to study biology at Washington University in St. Louis. Scholarship sponsor: Academic All-State Alumni

William Loughridge

Edmond Memorial High School

A Valedictorian with Distinction and an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction, Loughridge is president of National Honor Society. He is Secretary of State for Oklahoma Youth and Government, serving as alternate delegate for the U.S. Senate Youth Program. Loughridge is a member of choir, show choir, and stage and theatre productions, recognized as a four-time All-State Honor Choir member and one-year All-State Jazz Choir member. He is academic team captain and secretary of Spanish Honor Society as well as a member of the Robotics Team. Loughridge plans to study political science and philosophy at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island. His father, Jerome, was a 1991 Academic All-Stater. Scholarship sponsor: OFE Presidents in Honor of Emily Stratton

Sydney Saenz

Edmond North High School

A National Merit finalist, National Hispanic Scholar and U.S. Presidential Scholar nominee, Saenz received an Oklahoma Governor’s Commendation for attendance at the Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute. She is president of the Edmond North academic team and vice president of the Edmond North Orchestra. Saenz is an Air Force Association StellarXplorers participant and an Oklahoma Children’s Theater volunteer. She is active with Boy Scouts of America, working on conservation and forest restoration at Philmont Scout Ranch. Saenz plans to study engineering in college. Scholarship sponsor: Dan (AAS ’87) and Judy Gilbert