Jesuit High School is a private Catholic school in Louisiana and home to the Blue Jays. The school was founded as The College of the Immaculate Conception in 1847, and since 1933, it has won a number of state championships in a variety of different sports, including basketball, football, baseball, soccer, and wrestling.
In the 2004-2005 school year, the Blue Jays went to the state championships with an undefeated season. They also managed to earn state championships in six sports that year. Their cross-country team became the first in the state to earn three state championships in a row in 2005. The soccer team won a record of 94 games.
Lawrence High School
The Lawrence High Chesty Lions are members of the Kansas State High School Activities Association, and offer a variety of athletic teams. These teams have collectively won more than 100 state championships, which is one of the highest records in the country. Several of those championships are thanks to the football team, who’ve managed to walk away from 31 of their seasons with an undefeated record!
In 1960, the Chesty Lions took home a national victory, and have won five consecutive Kansas State High School Activities Association championships. Sports Illustrated recognized Lawrence High School as having the top athletics program in Kansas. It has also been featured on ESPN, as a candidate for Titletown, United States.
St. Xavier High School
St. Xavier is a private, all-boys Catholic school in Louisville that’s been operating since 1864. They’ve received the Blue Ribbon of Excellence a record four times. Also, the school's participated in “Project X,” which is responsible for the donations of over $25 million to build additional athletics and academic facilities.
They are renowned for their athletics teams as much as they are for their academic status. In fact, they’re the only school in the state that’s won a state title in every single Kentucky High School Athletics Association (KHSAA) event they’ve attended. Across their 13 KHSAA-sponsored sports, they’ve brought home 172 state titles throughout the years.
Waynflete is a private, co-ed school in Portland, which opened its doors in 1898. The school actually caters to students between grades K-12 and divides the school into three “separate” campuses: Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School. The Upper School, however, is where the title-taking varsity teams are located.
They are particularly well-known for a few different sports, including tennis, cross country, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, and Nordic skiing. The varsity cross country team has won a number of state titles, including Western Main Champion in 2007, 2008, and 2010. The soccer team has won their fair share of championships, as well, which includes 19 between the boys’ and girls’ teams from 1990-2019 alone.
Gilman is located in the Roland Park neighborhood of Baltimore, right around the same area as Johns Hopkins University. In fact, it’s named after the first president of the prestigious university. The school enrolls students in the K-12 grade brackets and is known for its well-versed academic and impressive athletic programs.
The school has been referred to by the author Fraser C. Smith as the most prestigious in Maryland. It’s a member of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and is best known for its talented football and lacrosse team. Gilman’s lacrosse team was ranked first in the entire country during their 2008 and 2009 season. Six of their varsity teams brought home conference titles in the 2005-2006 school year alone.