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UIL Reclassification and Realignment Information

AUSTIN— The biennial University Interscholastic League reclassification and realignment for the 2024-25 and 2025-26 school years will be released Thursday, Feb. 1 at 9:00 a.m. CST. The new alignments, established by enrollment figures submitted to the UIL by its member schools in October, will serve as the football districts for the next two school years.

The UIL has posted the 2024-2026 reclassification and realignment policies and procedures on the UIL website at http://www.uiltexas.org/alignments.

Reclassification and realignment districts and information will be released through an electronic press release at 9:00 a.m. Monday to media on the UIL press release recipient list.  The information will also be posted online across UIL X (formerly Twitter), Instagram and Facebook social media channels (handle @uiltexas), and via the UIL website at that time.

The UIL released the conference cutoff numbers prior to releasing the full realignment. These numbers provide the range of enrollment for each of the six conferences, including the divisional cutoffs for football. The conference cutoff numbers are as follows:

6A       2275 and above

5A       1315 – 2274

4A       545 – 1314

3A       254 – 544

2A       105 – 253

1A       104.9 and below

1A – 5A Football Division I and Division II Numbers

1A Division I              61.5 – 104.9

1A Division II            61.4 and below

2A Division I              181.5 – 253

2A Division II             105 – 181.4

3A Division I              369 – 544

3A Division II             254 – 368

4A Division I              957 – 1314

4A Division II             545 – 956

5A Division 1             1903 – 2274

5A Division 2             1315 – 1902

The reclassification and realignment will also be revealed on Bally Sports Southwest at 9:00 a.m. Thursday on a special episode of the High School Spotlight hosted by Craig Way, Erin Hartigan and Greg Tepper. The show will be dedicated solely to reclassification and realignment issues, both debuting the new district alignments and discussing the realignment process with UIL staff.

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