The US National Public Radio program, All Things Considered, recently did a program on vampire fiction. Including a list of seventy five vampire books read by Margot Adler. Read her article and list, For love of do-good vampires: a bloody book list, or you can listen to it at that link too. It's an interesting historical analysis of the vampire genre in fiction and on film and television - why they intrigue us, why this genre, constantly reinvented, sustains its appeal.
Not to be picky or nuffink, bu she misses the best one (as I note was pointed out in at least one comment at the end of the article):
Sunshine, by Robin McKinley. My absolute favourite. I've blogged about it before, and re-read it every year or two, to savour it again. Wonderful writing, fabulous world-building, great characters.
From a school library point of view, the list isn't specifically compiled for a teenage audience, so don't assume all the titles are Safe For The Young and instant school-library-adds. But it's a great resource.
PS. found the link via the blog at http://www.gailcarriger.com/