High School Heroes Challenge Results11/21/2017
High School Challenge is an annual campaign to register high school students as organ and tissue donors to show you can be a hero at every age. In October 2017, Donor Network of Arizona (DNA) partnered with local HOSA – Future Health Professionals chapters for this campaign. The challenge focuses on students taking ownership of registration drives and encouraging their peers. This year was themed “High School Heroes” to recognize registered donors as heroes among their classmates.
With 28 chapters participating, DNA received 2,302 registrations and reaffirmations, with many more students pledging to register when they are old enough!
The winners of the challenge were determined based on school size. There is a first, second and third place based on number of registrations, including online registrations.
Congratulations to the winning schools!
1st place: San Luis High School
2nd place: Sierra Linda High School
3rd place: East Valley Institute of Technology
1st place: Central Arizona Valley Institute of Technology
2nd place: Gila Ridge High School
3rd place: Chino Valley High School
1st place: West-MEC HOSA Chapter 39311
2nd place: West-MEC HOSA Chapter 39345
3rd place: San Tan Foothills High School
Additionally, the social media winner is: Gila Ridge High School – Breanna Kempton’s post.
Thank you to all of the schools that participated this year. You helped save and heal more lives than you know!