The Alabama High School Athletic Association recently released its 2006-07 and 2007-08 reclassification.
With 314 students, CCHS is the 39th largest Class 4A school.
Each of the four other county schools remained in their respective classifications.
With 182 students, Sand Rock is 32nd in Class 2A.
Cedar Bluff (20th - 122), Gaylesville (46th - 101) and Spring Garden (47th - 100th) remain in Class 1A.
With 210 students, Piedmont is tied for first as the largest Class 2A school.
Collinsville (14th - 129) keeps its 1A status.
Classification was based on the Average Daily Member-ship (ADM) figures furnished by the State Department of Education for the upper three grades (10-12) plus ninth grade holdbacks. Schools with the largest enrollments are placed in Class 6A, the next largest in Class 5A, etc.
An index of 1.35 was used to determine the enrollment figure for classifying each private school member. Each private school student counts 1.35 for classification purposes.
The current two-year classification period ends with the 2005-06 school year. The new alignments will go into effect in the fall of 2006.
In conjunction with the reclassification, all five schools have new football and basketball alignments.
In football, CCHS joins Alexandria, Ashville, Boaz, Douglas, Guntersville, Jacksonville and Saks in Class 4A, Region 6.
Class 2A, Region 7 features Sand Rock, Piedmont, Brindlee Mountain, Fyffe, Ider, North Sand Mountain, Section and Westbrook Christian.
Included in Class 1A, Region 6 are Cedar Bluff, Gaylesville, Spring Garden, Collinsville, Gaston, Skyline, Valley Head and Woodville.
In basketball, CCHS joins Guntersville, North Jackson and DAR in Class 4A, Area 13.
Sand Rock. Piedmont, Pleasant Valley and White Plains make up Class 2A, Area 12.
Class 1A, Area 13 is comprised of Cedar Bluff, Gaylesville, Spring Garden, Collinsville and Gaston.
Alignments are made for each sport in each class, based on the number of schools participating in a sport