Alexandra Razo concluded her high school experience in an exciting way last Thursday night.
Razo, who was named the top student academically at Fontana A.B. Miller, celebrated with her 540 classmates in the 2014 graduation ceremony at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario.
When asked what was the main highlight of her years at Miller, she said:  "My best high school experience would have to be receiving this honor of being valedictorian."
She was involved in lots of activities, including varsity tennis, AVID, HSA, Key Club, Alpha Omega, Link Crew, and Peerleading.
She is now planning to attend UCLA in order to study psychology, with hopes of going on to become a physician.
Meanwhile, the salutatorian at Miller, Cynthia Villegas, will be going to Cal State San Bernardino and majoring in mathematics.
Villegas, who received a scholarship for achieving perfect attendance, was active in tennis, Alpha Omega, and AVID at Miller.
"The best high school experience is collaborating with people and making new friends through my involvement in school (clubs, sports, etc.)," she said.
Another highly successful student at Miller was Jacqueline Cornejo, who was named a Gates Millennium Scholar and will receive funding to pay for her entire college education.
In addition to Razo, Villegas, and Cornejo, Miller's honor students (California Scholarship Federation life members 100 percent seal bearers) were:
Kimberly Aguiar, Helen Aldape, Jose Barragan, Chris Benitez, Martha Campos, Alan Carabes, Anamartina Cruz, Paola De La Riva, Peter Estrada, Hector Garcia, Michelle Garcia, Carlos Gomez Noguera, Cissy Guevara, Brenda Gutierrez, Marcy Iniguez, Joanne Jimenez, Liliana Larios, Daisy Loera Garcia, Alfonso Lopez, Alissa Lopez, Arturo Lopez.
Magaly Machuga, Joshua Madero, Asis Martinez Gutierrez, Esteban Martinez, Emmanuel Moncada Godinez, Cinthya Monjaraz Balcazar, Yesenia Morales Munguia, Alejandro Moreno, Irene Oseguera, Miguel Padilla, Yvette Perez, Cristina Portillo Cuellar, Sofia Quiroga, Nordia Rendon Venegas, Michelle Reyes, Abbigail Santos, Joab Santoyo, Marisol Solis Corral, Breonna Taylor-Bray, Rafael Tejeda, Karina Vega, Stephanie Vega, Vanesa Vega, Daniel Zavala, Jose Zuniga.
 

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