TEXARKANA, Texas — Texas High will be in a new division next year.
The Tigers, with enrollment at 1,838.5, dropped from a 5A-DI school to a 5A-DII after UIL classification cutoff numbers were released on Tuesday.
Liberty-Eylau with 666 students and Pleasant Grove (724) remain in 4A-DII. Dropping down to join them in is Carthage (842).
Atlanta stays in 3A-DI with 483 enrollment and New Boston remains in 3A-DI with 354.
Hooks (318), Hughes Springs (331) and Redwater (323) each drop from 3A-DI to 3A-DII. DeKalb, with 255 students, along with Paul Pewitt (242) and Queen City (332) are unchanged and stay in 3A-DII.
Linden-Kildare with 211 enrollment stays in 2A-DI, while Maud (134) and James Bowie (164) will remain in 2A-DII.
Non-football schools Avery (91) and Bloomburg (76) stay in 1A.
The biggest school in the state of Texas is Plano West with 5,579.5 enrollment. Ironically, Plano East is second with 5,445.5 students.