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
Moving Down From Class A to Class B
Detroit Denby Tech & Prep
South Lyon East
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
Moving Down From Class B to Class C
Detroit Plymouth Educational Center
Grand Rapids Wellspring Prep
Jackson Lumen Christi
Mason County Central
Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central
Ypsilanti Arbor Prep
Moving Up From Class D to Class C
Detroit University YES Academy
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
St. Ignace LaSalle
Three Oaks River Valley
New Postseason Eligible Tournament Schools in 2014-15
Inkster Peterson Warren Academy