On Friday, members of the Oaks-Mission High School, Class of 2017 will complete their high school journey as graduates of the small school.

The event is set for 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 19, at the high school.

The senior class colors are gold and purple and their choice of flower is the rose.

The class song is "See You Again" by Wiz Kahlifa, and the class motto is "Never give up, never give in, try to fight and strive to win."

During the ceremony, the top two students: Cheyenne Baker, valedictorian, and MaKayla Whorton, salutatorian, will address their classmates.  

Valedictorian 

Cheyenne Baker, 17, daughter of Marilyn Jones and the late Keith Baker. 

While at Oaks-Mission, she took part in cheerleading and student council.

She plans to attend Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, majoring in family and child services. 

She hopes to become a family advocate, working with children and their family members.

One person who inspires you?

My parents. They've always supported my dreams.

One book that's stuck with you?

There isn't a specific book. I love all books.

One thing that might surprise people?

When I was in the fifth grade, II almost failed math, because I'm really good at math.

One thing you can't live without?

My mom. She is always there for me.

One piece of advice that's stuck with you?

Don't let other people's opinions hurt you. My dad always did the goofiest things and one time he was wearing the silliest hats - that's what I told him.

Salutatorian 

Makayla Whorton, 17, daughter of Morgan and Anita Whorton. While at Oaks-Mission, she took part in cross country and basketball.

She plans to attend Haskell Indian Nation University in Lawrence, Kansas, where she will take part in the cross country program. 

One person who inspires you?

My parents. They taught me to follow my dreams and go for it.

One thing you can't live without?

My family. And my phone. 

One piece of advice that's stuck with you?

Never give up.