Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports update: Some changes for area schools as GHSA reclassifies what levels athletics will compete in during 2020-21. Rome moves to 6A; Cartersville, Calhoun to 5A; Armuchee to 1A Public wth Trion.

Truett’s Chick-fil-A Sports update: Some changes for area schools as GHSA reclassifies what levels athletics will compete in during 2020-21. Rome moves to 6A; Cartersville, Calhoun to 5A; Armuchee to 1A Public wth Trion.

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The Georgia High School Association has released new classifications for the two-year period beginning with the 2020-21 school year. Here’s what it means to Northwest Georgia pending any appeals (see below).
  • Rome moves to Class 6A.
  • Cartersville, Woodland, Cass and Calhoun are in 5A.
  • Cedartown is in 4A.
  • Sonoraville, Adairsville, and Rockmart are in 3A.
  • Gordon Central, Pepperell, Model, Chattooga and Coosa are in 2A.
  • Armuchee and Trion are in A Public.
  • Darlington is in A Private.
Once they resolve any appeals by schools challenging their classification, GHSA will put schools in regions.
The statewide look: Click Reclassification

From GHSA: Schools wishing to appeal their classification, or requesting to move up in classification, must file an appeal with the GHSA office no later than 4 p.m., on Monday, Nov. 11. The Reclassification Committee will meet in the GHSA office beginning at 9 a.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 12 to hear any appeals or requests to move up. Should you appeal, your school will be notified of the time of your hearing.

Please note that schools in classes 1A and 7A were classified based only on their FTE or enrollment numbers because the rules adopted by the State Executive Committee do not allow schools to be forced up into 7A or out of 1A because of the multiplier. Schools in classes 2A through 6A were classified based on their Student Reclassification Count, which is derived using a multiplier of 2.0 on students residing outside the school’s designated attendance zone.

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