Seymour High School could be facing transition for its athletic programs after the TSSAA, the governing body of high school athletics in the state of Tennessee, makes its expected overhaul in classifications this week at the state athletic association Board of Controls meeting at the Franklin Marriott-Cool Springs.
“We more than likely will be affected,” said Seymour High School Principal Greg Clark. “Our school (enrollment) has grown in the past four years so we’ll probably have to move up. But we won’t know anything until they tell us something.”
Clark said he anticipates SHS to have an overall enrollment in the neighborhood of 1,200 students this fall, the beginning of the 2008-09 school year, representing an increase of approximately 250 students since the last time the Board of Control met for high school reclassification four year ago.
The final decision on the reclassification is expected to be made at the Board of Controls meeting on Wednesday.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.