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Henrietta High School Class of 2014


Miranda Flores is valedictorian of the Henrietta High School Class of 2014, while Katelyn Suneson is salutatorian.

Commencement ceremonies are scheduled for 3 p.m. Saturday, May 31, at Memorial Auditorium in Wichita Falls.

Flores graduates with a grade average of 98.45 and an honors point average, used to determine class rank, of 10.25. She is the daughter of Gustavo and Manuela Gonzalez of Henrietta.

Flores will attend the University of North Texas in Denton, and is undecided in her major and career path.

While attending high school, Flores has been involved in chess club, Crime Stoppers, science club, student council, band and Winter Guard. Flores has served as president of the Spanish club and placed second in Spanish creed speaking at the FFA state convention. She is a state champion in UIL Academics as an individual and team member for spelling and vocabulary, and has received numerous Henrietta High School Who’s Who awards, including biology, geometry and world history.

Suneson graduates with a grade average of 98.5 and an HPA of 10.21. She is the daughter of Marc Earl Suneson and Nancy Ann O’Brien. She resides in Henrietta.

Suneson will attend Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, in the fall, where she plans to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. She hopes to put the degree to work as a certified public accountant, an will consider earning a master’s degree in business administration.

In her time at HHS, Suneson has been involved in band, band council, Winter Gaurd, Spanish club, science club and National Honor Society. She earned fifth place as an individual in state UIL Academics literary criticism last year. And is a member of the 2013 and 2014 state runner-up literary criticism teams. She also competed in UIL mathematics and ready writing. Suneson participated at the state level in solo and ensemble for four years, earning a perfect rating, and in the ATSSB Concert Band competition for two years. This year, Suneson earned sixth chair clarinet in the all-state concert band, She serves as as president of her church’s young women’s organizations, sings in the church choir and attends seminary class each weekday before school.

Graduating members of the Henrietta Class of 2014 are Tyler Aylor, Chris Bashago, John Brock, Tylor Brown, Caleb Browning, Chrystal Burkhalter, Dustin Calabrese, Madison Cantrell, James Daniel, Joseph Davis, Krystal DeLucio, Rody Fenoglio, Conner Fletcher, Gloria Fletcher, Miranda Flores (valedictorian), Turner Gibbs, Jacob Gilleland, Katie Halsell, Heather Hicks, Braden Hinkle, Brooke Hoff, Klayton Hoff, Jacob Jones, Kailey Kirk, Parker Kleinert, Jordan Lee, Victoria Long, Myles Marchman, Mackenzie Martin, Lee McDaniel, Matthew Mitchell, Saranell Mountjoy, Tiffany Negan, Cassie Pickett, Courtney Pruett, Kasey Robinson, Anni Scholl, Sydney Scott, Andi Stewart, Justin Stone, Cody Strickland,  Kately Suneson (salutatorian), Addison Wade, Mackenzie Weaver, Aaron Whitehead, Daniel Wilson and Joyana Zamzow.


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