UPDATE 11:32 a.m. : In just about 2.5 hours the TSSAA approved all re-classifications and re-alignments. Below is now official. This re-classification only affects football at the time , and will be implemented in the 2015-2016 season. Other sports will remain as is.


It will be a big day for some schools here in Williamson County as the ever evolving TSSAA future gets cleared up today. Re- alignment will be on the agenda and effects many teams in the mid state. Proposals for the affected schools are as follows:

Class 3A Region 5

Christ Presbyterian Academy
East Nashville Magnet School
Goodpasture Christian School
Greenbrier High School
Stratford High School
White House Heritage High School
Whites Creek High School


Class 3A Region 6

Camden Central High School
Cheatham Co. Central High School
East Hickman High School
Fairview High School
Harpeth High School
Stewart Co. High School
Sycamore High School


Class 4A Region 4

Giles Co. High School
Lawrence Co. High School
Marshall Co. High School
Page High School
Spring Hill High School
Tullahoma High School


Class 5A Region 5

Columbia Central High School
Franklin Co. High School
Independence High School
LaVergne High School
Lincoln Co. High School
Shelbyville Central High School
Stewarts Creek High School
Summit High School

Class 5A Region 7

Brentwood High School
Centennial High School
Clarksville High School
Dickson Co. High School
Henry Co. High School
Northeast High School
Rossview High School
West Creek High School

Class 6A Region 3

Antioch High School
Franklin High School
John Overton High School
Lebanon High School
McGavock High School
Mt. Juliet High School
Ravenwood High School
Wilson Central High School


Class 6 A or “Super 6” as they are called would all make the playoffs under the new plan. According to our friends at the Williamson Herald , WC Athletics Specialist Jeremy Qualls will take a different plan for the 5A alignment in front of the board. For that story Click Here.

Meetings begin at 9:00 in Murfreesboro we will keep you informed.




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