Crowley High and Rayne will both move from Class 3A to 4A next year, according to new enrollment figures supplied to the LHSAA. Also moving up will be Iota, from 2A to 3A.
Crowley High and Rayne are projected to be placed in District 4-4A, along with Beau Chene, Eunice, Lagrange, Opelousas and Washington-Marion.
Iota is slated to play in District 4-3A along with Iowa, Jennings, South Beauregard, St. Louis and Westlake.
Notre Dame and Church Point will both remain in 3A and be part of a 5-3A district that includes Northwest, Pine Prairie, Port Barre and Ville Platte.
Midland will remain in Class B and Northside Christian will remain in Class C.
Midland will be joined in District 6-B by Bell City, Episcopal of Acadiana, Hathaway and Lacassine.
Northside will be in District 4 -C by Hackberry, Johnson Bayou, Northside Christian, Reeves,. Singer and Starks.
The new districts will go into effect starting with the 2013-14 school year.
TheLHSAA will host a meeting November 28 for coaches and athletic directors to present any complaints about the new districts. Once those concerns are taken into account, the final districts will be announced in January.
(Enrollment 617 - 1114, 60 schools)
1. Beau Chene
(Enrollment 415 - 616, 66 schools
4. South Beauregard
5. St. Louis
1. Church Point
3. Notre Dame
4. Pine Prairie
5. Port Barre
6. Ville Platte
(Enrollment 94 - 235, 36 schools)
All Class B schools are Coed Non-Football
1. Bell City
2. Episcopal of Acadiana
(Enrollment 93 and below, 37 schools)
All Class C schools are Coed Non-Football
2. Johnson Bayou
3. Northside Christian