The University Interscholastic League landscape is changing next year for Texas high school athletics including schools from Lubbock.
The UIL released its new classification system's enrollment cutoff numbers Monday.
The UIL's district realignment plan for 2014 through 2016 won't be announced until February. Highlights of the new structure include six-man teams making up class 1A and moving other schools up.
A new class 6A will be made up of schools with 2,100 or more students. With the new classification cutoffs and enrollment growth, some Lubbock schools will move up two classifications.
In Lubbock ISD, 4A Monterey will be 6A.
4A Frenship will also be a 6A school. And 3A Lubbock-Cooper will be 5A. Other classification changes include 5A Coronado moving to 6A.
4A Lubbock High goes to 5A. And 3A Estacado will move to 4A Division One.
To see the entire list of UIL Alignments for 2014-2016, click here.