Posted: 1:52 pm Monday, December 15th, 2008

New FHSAA Reclassification & Redistricting Plan 

By Jason Lieser

When the FHSAA released its original plan to reclassify and redistrict, we warned against overreacting because it was only tentative. That plan has been aborted; below is how the new proposal will realign football.


The top two teams from each district will qualify for the post-season.

This system is much more likely to be final, though schools have until Jan. 9 to appeal.

Class 6A

DISTRICT 7

Centennial

Jupiter

Palm Beach Gardens

Treasure Coast

Vero Beach

DISTRICT 8

Atlantic

Boca Raton

Palm Beach Central

Park Vista

Seminole Ridge

Class 5A

DISTRICT 4

Bayside

Melbourne

Palm Bay

Port St. Lucie

DISTRICT 11

John I. Leonard

Lake Worth

Royal Palm Beach

Santaluces

DISTRICT 12

Spanish River

Wellington

West Boca Raton

Class 4A

DISTRICT 14

Fort Pierce Central

Martin County

Sebastian River

South Fork

DISTRICT 15

Dwyer

Forest Hill

Okeechobee

Palm Beach Lakes

Class 3A

DISTRICT 13

Eau Gallie

Fort Pierce Westwood

Jensen Beach

Merritt Island

Titusville

DISTRICT 14

Fort Lauderdale

Hallandale

Olympic Heights

Pembroke Pines Charter

Class 2A

DISTRICT 7

American Heritage-Plantation

Boynton Beach

Glades Central

Pompano Beach

Suncoast

Class 2B

DISTRICT 6

Bishop Verot

Cardinal Mooney

Clewiston

Dunbar

Gateway Charter

Lake Placid

St. Petersburg Catholic

DISTRICT 7

Cardinal Newman

Coral Springs Charter

Inlet Grove

North Broward Prep

Pahokee

St. Andrew’s

Class 1A

DISTRICT 7

Academy (Coral Springs) [eligible in 2010]

American Heritage

Benjamin

Calvary Christian

John Carroll

King’s Academy

Parkway

Pope John Paul II

Westminster Academy

Class 1B

DISTRICT 7

Berean Christian

Boca Raton Christian

Glades Day

Highlands Christian

Jupiter Christian

Summit Christian

Zion Lutheran

Village Academy (Delray Beach) [eligible in 2010]