The Georgia High School Association has released its preliminary classification assignments for 2008-10, with Washington-Wilkes slated to move down to Class A with our Red Devils.
The largest school in Class A will be Bryan County with 505.5 student average (last spring and this fall). W-W will be the 12th largest at 468.5, with Lincoln County High 18th at 451.5. Monticello looks to be the only current Region 7-A team moving to Class AA.
The GHSA eliminated the 1.5 multiplier for private schools, moving Savannah Christian and Darlington to Class A.
Charlton County will be one of the smallest schools in Class AA at 554, with Green County just ahead at 561.5. Class AA tops out at 978.5. Thomson stays in AAA at 1203.5. The largest high school in Georgia is Mill Creek with an enrollment this fall of nearly 4,000 students.
[Click here for the complete list of reclassification numbers by class]
Region assignments are due out by early December.