IHSAA Announces School Enrollments for 2024-25, 2025-26 Team Tournaments

Classifications for each recognized sport will be announced in the coming weeks.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) today announced the enrollment totals for member schools which will be used in the next reclassification and realignment process this spring.

Enrollment figures submitted by the schools to the Indiana Department of Education are used to determine the classifications in the recognized team sports of baseball, basketball, football, soccer, softball, and volleyball, the next two school years.

The classifications for each school in each sport will be announced in the coming weeks with the new process for four-class sports (baseball, basketball, softball, and volleyball) being utilized. That plan, passed by the IHSAA Executive Committee last June, places the largest 20 percent of schools in Class 4A, the next 25 percent in Class 3A, the next 25 percent in 2A and the smallest 30 percent in Class 1A. Since 1997-98, the rule required distributing schools equally (25% each) among the four classes.

Football (six classes) and soccer (three classes) are not affected and will continue as they have in previous years.

Following that classification announcement, committee meetings made up of school administrators from around the state will be conducted to make the sectional assignments. Their final recommendations will be presented to the IHSAA Executive Committee for its approval in late April.

Local school enrollments for 2024-25 and 2025-26:

Batesville – 670
East Central – 1,241
Franklin County – 650
Greensburg – 662
Jac-Cen-Del – 271
Lawrenceburg – 726
Madison - 760
Milan – 315
North Decatur – 314
Oldenburg Academy – 151
Rising Sun – 233
South Dearborn – 645
South Ripley – 343
Switzerland County – 464

Full list of enrollments can be found here.

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