Macy Mose

Bixby High School

Macy Mose is a National Merit finalist and class valedictorian. She served as National Charity League class president and accumulated over 150 hours of involvement with the organization. Mose is active in Student Council and served as class historian. The College Board recognizes her through its indigenous and rural scholar programs and the designation of Advanced Placement Scholar. A four-year All-American cheerleader, she is a part of the varsity cheerleading and stunt teams, winning regional and academic state championships. She engages in OU Medicine’s Club Scrubs. Mose intends to study biochemistry on the pre-medical track.  

Barbara Oviedo Rojas

Bixby High School

A class valedictorian and varsity volleyball team captain, Barbara Oviedo Rojas is a National Merit finalist and was awarded the College Board’s Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction and National Hispanic Recognition Awards. She is a poetry and visual arts editor for the Tulsa Review online journal and an active member of her school’s Interact Club. In her free time, she has taught herself various programming languages and crafts, including crochet, knitting and embroidery. She also enjoys spending time with friends, listening to music, reading, baking and volunteering. Oviedo Rojas plans to study mechanical engineering with a biomedical concentration in college. 

Ryane Owens

Bixby High School

A class valedictorian, Owens has been president of her school’s Interact Service Club for two years. In addition, she was recognized as one of the College Board’s Rural and Small Town Scholars and as an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction. She is a percussionist in her school wind ensemble and has served as front ensemble captain. Owens is an active member of her church and loves serving on mission trips. She plans to attend John Brown University and major in biochemistry.