Detroit Consortium among 47 schools changing MHSAA classifications next year

Detroit Consortium among 47 schools changing MHSAA classifications next year

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Detroit Consortium among 47 schools changing MHSAA classifications next year

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The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced its classifications (A, B, C and D) for the 2014-15 school year Monday.

The new classification breaks will see 21 schools move up in class for 2014-15, while 26 schools will move down. Among the schools moving are: newly-crowned Class C boys basketball champ Detroit Consortium up to Class B; Jackson Lumen Christi down to Class C; Haslett down to Class B; and St. Ignace down to Class D.

There are 749 tournament-qualified member schools with 187 schools in Class A, B and C and 188 schools in Class D.

For 2014-15, schools with 882 or more students are in Class A in MHSAA postseason tournament competition. The enrollment limits for Class B are 424-881; Class C is 215-423; and schools with enrollments of 214 and fewer are Class D.

Here is the list of schools moving classes:

Moving Up From Class B to Class A

Fruitport

Hazel Park

Romulus

Stevensville Lakeshore

Moving Down From Class A to Class B

Detroit Denby Tech & Prep

Detroit Osborn

Haslett

South Lyon East

Warren Regina

Moving Up From Class C to Class B

Detroit Benjamin Carson HS for Science & Medicine

Detroit Consortium College Prep

Detroit Henry Ford Academy School for Creative Studies

Hamtramck Frontier International Academy

Harper Woods

Hemlock

Kalkaska

Lakeview

Southfield Bradford

Wyoming Lee

Moving Down From Class B to Class C

Capac

Detroit Plymouth Educational Center

Ferndale University

Grand Rapids Wellspring Prep

Jackson Lumen Christi

Mason County Central

Millington

Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central

Napoleon

Roscommon

Ypsilanti Arbor Prep

Moving Up From Class D to Class C

Detroit University YES Academy

Eau Claire

Lutheran Westland

Marcellus

Rogers City

Taylor Preparatory

Traverse City Grand Traverse Academy

Moving Down From Class C to Class D

Detroit Universal Academy

Detroit Winans Academy of Performing Arts

Flint International Academy

Kimball Landmark Academy

Mendon

Mio-Au Sable

Newberry

Pittsford

St. Ignace LaSalle

Three Oaks River Valley

New Postseason Eligible Tournament Schools in 2014-15

Inkster Peterson Warren Academy

Lapeer

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