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Fowlerville moves back into Class A

Classifications for Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) elections and postseason tournaments for the 2023-24 school year have been announced, with one local district moving back up to a higher level of competition.

According to MHSAA website, Fowlerville Community Schools is moving from Class B to Class A. Other schools also making the jump include Bay City John Glenn, Garden City, Lansing Eastern, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s and Tecumseh.

Last year, Fowlerville moved down from Class A to Class B, so this latest announcement is a reversal of that.

Classifications for the upcoming school year are based on a second semester count date, which for MHSAA purposes was Feb. 8. The enrollment figure submitted for athletic classification purposes may be different from the count submitted for school aid purposes, as it does not include students ineligible for athletic competition because they reached their 19th birthday prior to Sept. 1 of the current school year and will not include alternative education students if none are allowed athletic eligibility by the local school district.

Effective with the 2023-24 school year, schools with 807 or more students are in Class A. The enrollment limits for Class B are 380-806, Class C is 177-379, and schools with enrollments of 176 and fewer are Class D.

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