All four Edmonds District high schools to be in 3A classifications for interscholastic activities in 2014-16
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) Classification Enrollment Data for 2014-16 has been released and two Edmonds District high schools will be dropping down a classification, while one is opting up.
The enrollment numbers for Edmonds-Woodway and Lynnwood, which were 4A schools in 2012-14, have decreased and both will be in the 3A classification for the upcoming cycle. Edmonds-Woodway reported 1235.8 students and Lynnwood had 1100.3. The cutoff for the 4A classification is 1252.4 and up. In the 2012-14 cycle, Edmonds-Woodway’s numbers were 1397.28 and Lynnwood’s were 1396.8.
Mountlake Terrace reported 957.7 for the 2014-16 cycle, down from 1104.46 the last time. Mountlake Terrace will be opting up to 3A. The range for 3A schools are 990.0-1252.3 and the range for 2A is 472-990.8.
Meadowdale will remain in the 3A classification. The school reported 1132.3 students for 2014-16, down from 1301.18.
The numbers used for classification represent students in grades 9-11.
Final approval of the 2014-16 classifications will be made by the WIAA Executive Board on Jan. 27.