Orangefield High School May Student of the Month Hunter Stutes

The Bridge City Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the May Student of the Month for Orangefield High School is Hunter Stutes.  Hunter was presented her certificate and gift bag by Bridge City Chamber Ambassador/Board Member Wanda McGraw, Assistant Vice President of Marketing at Sabine Federal Credit Union, at the May coffee hosted by Las Rosas Mexican Restaurant.  She received gift certificates and gifts from:  The Classy Peacock, COS Printing, Wellspring Credit Union, Tiger Rock Martial Arts of Bridge City, Sabine Federal Credit Union, Sabine River Ford, Complete Staffing, Neches Federal Credit Union, Bridge City Bank, Bridge City Walmart, Best Day Spa, Five Point Credit Union, MCT Credit Union, and Las Rosas Mexican Restaurant.

Hunter is the daughter of Michelle and Brian Stutes.  She has a GPA of 4.54 and is ranked 15 of 109.  Hunter’s awards and honors include:

  • UCA All- American 2015 to 2018
  • Big “O” Academic Award – Geometry and Health Science
  • Voice of Democracy from Veterans of Foreign Wars

Hunter’s clubs and organizations include:

  • Member of Meet in the Middle
  • Member of Uprising
  • Member of FCCLA
  • Member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Member National Honor Society

Hunter has volunteered with ARC and ASK.

Mrs. Oregel, Calculus Teacher, said, “Hunter is a very hard-working student. Anytime she is out, she always takes care of her work and will come in tutorials to get any extra help she needs. I hope this (work ethic) continues to carry through college.  I have enjoyed getting to know her and work with her this year in Calculus. She has a wonderful personality and she is a great young lady.”

Mrs. Bellard, Technology Teacher, said, “Hunter Stutes is a class act. This young lady represents the student a teacher loves to teach. She works hard in the classroom and represents the best OHS has to offer in all her extra curricular activities.”

After graduation, Hunter plans to pursue a degree in Kinesiology at the University of Houston. Hunter would like to become a pediatric occupational therapist.

Pictured left to right: Ambassador Wanda McGraw, Assistant Principal Brett McPhatter, Brian Stutes, Hunter Stutes, and Michelle Stutes.