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May 17, 2014

Top graduates: Valedictorians and Salutatorians

EDMOND — The following listing of the Edmond-area valedictorians and salutatorians is a reprint. The names for Memorial High School and Santa Fe High School were printed incorrectly in the May 17 Weekender edition of The Edmond Sun. Below are the correct lists for both schools. The Sun regrets the error and any incovenience to our readers.

Edmond Public Schools

Edmond Public Schools 2013-14 Valedictorians and salutatorians include:

Memorial High School Valedictorians: Jacob Davis Arnold*, Jan Elizabeth Bian*, Emily Erin Bourke*, Emily Rose Brown* Lauren Alexandra Chattos*, Preston Myunghoon Choi*, Collin Dale Clay*, Ryan Jeffrey Craig*, Justin Levi Elderer*, Tessa A. Goetz*, Britton Hole Hart*, Paige Garcia Hinahon*, Jacob C. Hunt*, Matthew Rawlins Jester*, Parker Lowe LaMascus*, Madeline Christine Little*, Abigail Rose Mauck*, Ryan Zachary McCabe*, Gregory Wayne Melsby*, Rida Raza*, Tyler Christine Robison*, Kaylee Jordan Shiplet*, Braden R. Storts*, Tyler Thomas Tamura, Gabriel Thompson* and Brock Allen Trotter*.

Memorial High School Salutatorians: Cole Bradford Brown, Jenna Hampton, David Scott Milligan, Makenzi Cloyd, Aubrey Morgan Lake, Molly Beth Singleton, Chelsey Quinn Hammersberg and Rachael Belle Maker.

North High School Valedictorians: Alissa B. Benson*; Claire E. Bower*; Aubrie Bowland*; Miranda M. Bryant*; Matthew W. Cave*; Sung Eun Choi*; Justin Crofford*; Christine I. Emesian*; Mitchel P. Ford*; Jamie L. Franzese*; Kassidy A. Gary*; Joseph C. Geatches*; Aubrey M. Haas*; David A. Hager*; Carly M. Hall; Miranda C. Hamilton*; Christen L. Jarshaw*; Cooper L. Kelley*; Uday Kohli*; Cameron S. Lewis*; Bryan W. Lilley*; Alison J. Liu*; Erin N. Lupardus*; Mitchell R. Maddox*; Camryn T. McPherson; Preston L. Melchert*; Troy A. Officer*; Rachel Orgill*; Griffin W. Pierce*; Holly M. Randall*; Vincent J. Rankin*; Steven P. Reiley*; Shanna L. Rolfs*; Matt J. Short*; Kristen E. Sigl*; Rachel E. Simpson*; Zachary M. Simpson*; Leah J. Smith*; Megan E. Smith*; Matthew R. Stewart; Daisy Velasco*; Claire E. Warner*; Jessica A. Wiewel* and Charles Wright*.

North High School Salutatorians: Caitlin E. Belcik; Riley D. Choquette; Caitlin J. Ford; John J. Foster II; Madison Jolly; Sarah A. Rathburn; Jordan W. Renner and Vernon H. Smith.

Santa Fe High School Valedictorans: Alicia Aguilar*, Julia Baird*, Sydney Barnes*, Christen Bianchi*, Kazick Bycko*, Dante Chao*, Grace Choi*, Bryant Duong*, Madison Forman, Garrett Greenwood*, Karlie Hamman*, Emily Hart*, Erin Hart*, Hannah Hover*, Alexander Jablonski*, Geena Jackson*, Samuel Jew, Steven Kappen*, Madison Kay*, Joshua Lachica*, Brandond Le*, Blake Polley*, Kerri Roehm*, Storm Rund, Yifan Song*, Jourdan Sturges*, Jessica Tang*, Cody Troutman, Brandon Wong* Alexandra Woolsey*, Donald Wu* and Austin Young*.

Santa Fe High School Salutatorians: Evan Brown, Erica Drakes, Genese Cefali Joelle Glimp, Sally Oh, Emily Cochran, Sarah Helsley, Robinson Shin, Rachel (Polly) Davis and Sandra Ma.

*With distinction

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