Students at Tulsa's Rogers High School are remembering one of their classmates who was stabbed to death over the weekend.
Friends of Gabrielle Bledsoe, 18, plan to pay tribute to her by wearing the color purple Monday.
The shock still has not set in for the family Gabrielle Bledsoe, who found their daughter --stabbed to death---Saturday morning inside the home in the 1800 block of North Atlanta.
Family members tell News On 6 Bledsoe was a straight 'A' student at Rogers, was involved in many sports and had a bright future.
And now her classmates are planning to remember Gabby, as many people called her, by wearing purple to school. The uniform rule, however, is still in effect.
At this point, police still don't have a suspect or a motive for her death but on Saturday, the family told News On 6 they think they know who did it.
Counselors are on hand at Rogers High School to help students cope with Gabby's death.
If you have any information about her death you can call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text 918TIP to "Crimes."