UPDATE: UIL modifies numbers for upcoming realignment

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The University Interscholastic League released an update today, changing its cutoff numbers for the upcoming realignments scheduled to take place in February. 

Based on the new numbers, these changes do not affect the major programs throughout the state. 

Class 6A, Class 3A, Class 2A and Class 1A all remain unaffected with the changes coming at the Class 5A and Class 4A levels.

Class 5A is now comprised of enrollments between 1,230 and 2,219 students. Previously the range was from 1,210 to 2,219 students. 

The divisional breakdowns for class 5A are as follows:

Class 5A, Division I is now 1,922 to 2,219 (previously 1,900 – 2,219). 

Class 5A, Division II is now 1,230 to 1,921 (previously 1,210 – 1,899). 

In Class 4A, the updated enrollments range from 515 to 1,229 students after originally being established from 515 to 1,209.

The new Class 4A, Division I will be between 880 and 1,229 students (previously 865-1,209), while Class 4A, Division II is 515 to 879 students (previously 515-864). 

The full press release can be viewed via the following link: https://www.uiltexas.org/press-releases/detail/updated-uil-conference-cutoff-numbers-and-preliminary-enrollment-figures-fo

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