High School Program
Each year the San Diego Blood Bank challenges area high schools in San Diego and Imperial Counties and in the Inland Valley to compete for the highest percentage of participation in blood drives at their school and for the highest number of units collected. Each school's achievements are tallied at the end of the school year. Winning schools are awarded grants ranging from $500 to $2500. Individual student are also eligible to win $500 scholarships. You can get more details about how both the high school grant and scholarship programs work if your school isn't already participating. Congratulations to 2012's winners!
|La Jolla High School won $2,250.||Saint Augustine's HIgh School in San Diego won a $1,500 grant|
|Temescal Canyon High School||Pacific Ridge HIgh School|
|Ortega High School||Oceanside HIgh School|
|Murrieta Valley High School||Murrieta Mesa HIgh School|
|Lakeside High School||Cavalry Murrieta HIgh School|
|Abraxas High School||Amanda Olley|
Mt. Empire High School
From left to right Gene Vick (Sr. Class President), Stephanie Perez (Sr. Class Secretary and Salutatorian), Cody Nelson (School Mascot), Miles McFarlane, Fabian Lopez, and Denetsy Amezcua (MeCha Club President).
Lakeside High School Scholarship Winner Katherine Pallares
|Augustine Arredondo, Jr.|