AHSAA announces new classifications in High School Sports for 2020-2021

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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — Some local schools are making a move in classification for high school sports during the 2020-2021 school year.

Local schools and teams moving:

  • McGill-Toolen 7A to 6A .
  • (McGill-Toolen’s volleyball team stays 7A due to competitive balance. )
  • Daphne 6A to 7A.
  • St. Paul’s 6A to 5A .
  • Citronelle 5A to 6A.
  • B. C. Rain 6A to 5A. 
  • UMS-Wright 4A to 5A.
  • (UMS-Wright school moves up to 5A due to enrollment.)
  • Vigor 5A to 4A.
  • Mobile Christian 3A to 4A.
  • St. Michael 3A to 4A.
  • Elberta 2A to 5A.
  • St. Michael 3A to 4A.
  • Andalusia 4A to 5A.
  • Jackson 5A to 4A.
  • Clarke Co. 3A to 2A.  
  • Bayside Academy’s Volleyball team moves up from 4A to 5A after winning 18-straight state titles.
  • St. Luke’s 2A to 3A.

The AHSAA reclassifies every 2 years based on enrollment and a competitive balance factor. Competitive Balance was adopted to place successful teams into a higher class. For the first time, enrollment was based on grades 9-11 instead of 10-12.

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