Lukacs Acker-Breslin

Thomas A. Edison Preparatory High School

Lukacs Acker-Breslin is a National Merit finalist, a Presidential Scholar nominee and class valedictorian. He has been a member of the Edison debate team, the Academic Bowl team, and was the captain of the swim team, competing at state levels in both swim and Academic Bowl. He has worked two years as a lifeguard for the City of Tulsa and has been a volunteer research intern with the Laureate Institute for Brain Research. Acker-Breslin has done a year-long original research project on differential equations. He enjoys swimming and cycling in his free time. He plans to major in biomechanical engineering in college.
All-State sponsor: Academic All-State Alumni Awards Fund

Jin Bohling

Booker T. Washington High School

A top 10 ranked student, Bohling is the only double foreign language student at their school. Among their honors, they have earned second place in the Green Country Money Matters Essay contest, third place in the Oklahoma Chinese speech competition, and was recognized as an OU Miracle Mindest College Prep Scholar. They have been class treasurer and Women Empowered historian for the past two years, in addition to being a member of National Spanish Honor Society and executive board member of National Honor Society. Through National Honor Society, they coordinate the peer tutoring initiative. Bohling plans to major in Chinese and Spanish at the University of Oklahoma.
All-State sponsor: Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Philanthropies

Lance Brightmire

Booker T. Washington High School

Brightmire is a National Merit finalist and United States Presidential Scholar nominee. He is the president of his school’s Model United Nations and captain of the Booker T. Washington speech and debate team. In speech, Brightmire received his district’s 2023 Student of the Year Award and was recognized as a four-time national qualifier. He plans to attend Brown University, where he will study political science and public policy.
All-State sponsor: The John and Donnie Brock Foundation

Raymond Jiang

Jenks High School

Jiang is a founding volunteer at, a free tutoring nonprofit currently serving over 10,000 students. He also spends his time teaching math in his local community, leading his Math Club, captaining his archery team, and co-leading Jenks’ speech and debate team. Jiang also serves as senior class president. He is a Coca-Cola Scholar, a three-time American Invitational Math Exam Qualifier and a National Merit semifinalist. His sister, Lily, was an Academic All-Stater in 2021. Jiang plans to attend Harvard University in the fall.
All-State sponsor: Dr. Terry L. Mills (AAS ’88) and Dr. Dianna L. Mills

Tony Le

Broken Arrow High School

Le is a Questbridge finalist, Gates Scholar, Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction, and class valedictorian. He is a first-generation immigrant and will be a first-generation high school graduate. He is an officer in National Honor Society and Youth City Council. Le is a member of Advanced Placement Club, Senior Board, and ImpactTulsa. He has volunteered at St. Johns auxiliary for 236 hours in the emergency room, neurosurgery, and physical therapy floors. He enjoys hiking and reading philosophy novels. Le plans to attend the University Of Pennsylvania.
All-State sponsor: Heyman Evergreen Foundation