High School

Championship

Last Updated: June 3, 2024

  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class A

    1. Burns Flat Dill City High School — 198
    2. Rattan High School — 159
    3. Okenne High School — 134
    4. Laverne High School — 111
    5. Sentinel High School — 94
  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class B

    1. Burlington High School — 75
    2. Medford High School — 68
    3. Blair High School — 66
    4. Milburn High School — 64
    5. Leedey High School — 63
  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class 2A

    1. Haworth High School — 128
    2. Colbert High School — 110
    3. Oklahoma Union Schools — 109
    4. Silo — 107
    5. Mounds High School — 105
  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class 3A

    1. Heavener High School — 286
    2. Tishomingo High School — 249
    3. Kingston High School — 214
    4. Alva High School — 179
    5. Atoka High School — 111
  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class 4A

    1. Sequoyah Public Schools — 238
    2. Checotah High School — 189
    3. Classen School of Advanced Studies — 157
    4. Elgin High School —136
    5. TIE: Wagoner High School / Blanchard High School —134
  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class 5A

    1. Durant High School — 322
    2. Claremore High School — 285
    3. Woodward High School — 164
    4. Tahlequah High School — 154
    5. Ardmore High School — 138
  • Oklahoma Leaders

    Class 6A

    1. Yukon High School — 459
    2. Westmoore High School — 353
    3. US Grant High School — 221
    4. Enid High School — 213
    5. Broken Arrow High School — 195
  • Texas Leaders

    Class A

    1. Bryson ISD High School — 146
    2. Crowell High School — 92
    3. Turpin High School — 51
    4. Bellevue ISD — 36
    5. Forgan High School — 33
  • Texas Leaders

    Class 2A

    1. Seymour High School — 118
    2. Quanah High School — 112
    3. City View ISD — 59
    4. TIE: Petrolia High School / Windthorst High School — 51
  • Texas Leaders

    Class 3A

    1. Iowa Park High School — 141
    2. Vernon High School — 129
    3. Bushland High School — 89
    4. Hirschi High School — 85
    5. Canadian High School — 80
  • Texas Leaders

    Class 4A

    1. Canyon High School — 127
    2. Burkbumett High School — 116
    3. Borger High School — 94
    4. Dumas High School — 85
    5. Hereford High School — 76
  • Texas Leaders

    Class 5A

    1. Caprock High School — 200
    2. Tascosa High School — 173
    3. Rider High School — 99
    4. Amarillo High School — 96
    5. Randall High School — 83
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class A

    1. West Side High School — 88
    2. Nemo Vista High School — 86
    3. Rural Special School District — 75
    4. Concord High School — 65
    5. TIE: County Line High School / Scranton High School — 43
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class 2A

    1. Quitman High School — 120
    2. White County Central High School — 75
    3. South Side High School-Bee Branch — 59
    4. Magazine High School — 42
    5. South Pike County High School — 37
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class 3A

    1. Rosebud High School — 89
    2. Clinton High School — 88
    3. Riverview High School Searcy — 87
    4. Perryville High School — 71
    5. Danville High School — 62
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class 4A

    1. Malvern High School — 167
    2. Heber Springs High School — 82
    3. Subiaco Academy — 72
    4. Southside High School - Batesville — 66
    5. Estem High School — 58
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class 5A

    1. TIE: Vilonia High School / Clarksville High School — 86
    2. Beebe High School — 65
    3. White Hall High School — 63
    4. Greenbrier High School — 60
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class 6A

    1. Russellville High School — 127
    2. Van Buren High School — 108
    3. Pine Bluff High School — 81
    4. Sheridan High School — 78
    5. Greenwood High School — 74
  • Arkansas Leaders

    Class 7A

    1. Cabot High School — 260
    2. Bryant High School — 166
    3. TIE: Conway High School / Southside High School — 115
    4. Central High School Little Rock — 66

Championship Details

  • How does my school get involved?

    Work with your Blood Institute Account Consultant to get your blood program scheduled for the year! Fill out the form at the bottom of this page to get started.

  • Who is my school’s competition?

    Just as in sports, your high school blood drive division is made up of high schools that are of like size. (We are using the basketball classifications)

  • What does the winning school receive?

    Alongside bragging rights, the winning school receives a championship trophy or banner to display (your school can choose which one).

  • Did you know?

    Statistics show that someone who starts donating blood regularly as a teenager will go on to become a life-long blood donor. In this case, local patients are the real winners.

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