No state does high school football quite like Texas.

Texas’ high school football history is among the most storied in the United States, as the Lone Star state features some of high school football’s most dominant programs. Aledo just took home its record-setting 10th UIL state championship, while other big-name programs have piled up their share of hardware over the years.

Let’s take a look at which Texas high schools have won the most football state championships.

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Abilene — 7

(Ronald W. Erdrich/Reporter-News via Imagn Content Services, LLC)

Brownwood — 7

(Stephen Garcia/Reporter-News, Abilene Reporter-News via Imagn Content Services, LLC)

Carthage — 7

(AP Photo/Matt Strasen)

Plano — 7

(Mark Lambie / El Paso Times, El Paso Times via Imagn Content Services, LLC)

Celina — 8

Athletics – Celina ISD

(Photo via Celina ISD)

Katy — 8

(Photo: Bob Levey, Associated Press)

Mart — 8

(Photo via Mart Panther Football Facebook Group)

Southlake Carroll — 8

(Photo: 247Sports)

Richland Springs — 9

(Image Credit: John Glaser/

*Note: Richland Springs is a six-man team

Aledo — 10

(Photo: James Ward/Aledo Student Media)