[UPDATED 11:00 p.m. CST, NOV. 6]

The University Interscholastic League collected enrollment figures from high schools across the state Fin advance of February's biennial realignment and reclassification process.

These numbers will be used to determine which classification (Class 6A-1A) schools will compete in for the next two academic school years.

Below, is a list of the conference cutoffs from 2016's reclassification, followed by enrollment numbers school districts from East Texas turned in to the UIL on Friday.

Conference cutoffs for 2018-2020 are expected to be announced by the UIL in the coming weeks. Realignment will occur on Feb. 5.

If you would like to report your school's snapshot figure from Friday, please email it to Clint Buckley or message him on Twitter, and it will be added to the list.

2016-2018 UIL Realignment and Reclassification

Conference Cutoffs (Football only)

  • Class 6A — 2,150 and above
  • Class 5A — 1,100-2,149
  • Class 4A Division I — 723-1,099
  • Class 4A Division II — 480-722
  • Class 3A Division I — 319-479
  • Class 3A Division II — 221-318
  • Class 2A Division I — 158-220
  • Class 2A Division II — 105-157
  • Class A Division I — 59-104.9
  • Class A Division II — 58 and below

Snapshot Enrollment Figures From East Texas (2017)

  • Longview — 2,242.5
  • Tyler Lee -- 2,222
  • Lufkin -- 2,158
  • John Tyler — 2,153
  • Texas High — 1,874
  • Nacogdoches -- 1,757
  • Mount Pleasant — 1,515
  • Hallsville -- 1,461
  • Marshall -- 1,407
  • Whitehouse -- 1,379
  • Pine Tree -- 1,319
  • Jacksonville -- 1,311
  • Sulphur Springs — 1,218
  • Lindale — 1,154
  • Kilgore — 1,119
  • Chapel Hill -- 1,055
  • Palestine — 965
  • Henderson -- 951
  • Athens -- 925
  • Van -- 807
  • Carthage — 794
  • Bullard — 773
  • Brownsboro -- 766
  • Center — 739
  • Jasper — 722.5
  • Liberty-Eylau — 693
  • Gilmer -- 688
  • Pleasant Grove — 671
  • Pittsburg — 646
  • Canton -- 628
  • Rusk -- 601
  • Huntington -- 533
  • Spring Hill -- 525
  • Diboll — 498
  • Tatum -- 482
  • Atlanta — 478
  • Gladewater -- 474
  • Mount Vernon — 469
  • Mineola -- 464
  • Winnsboro -- 463
  • Eustace — 458
  • Palestine Westwood -- 425
  • Sabine — 423
  • White Oak — 411
  • New Boston — 404
  • Malakoff -- 388
  • Elkhart — 383
  • Hooks — 352
  • Hughes Springs — 351
  • Jefferson -- 350
  • Crockett — 345
  • Woodville -- 344
  • Redwater -- 341
  • West Rusk -- 333
  • Troup — 324
  • Como-Pickton — 323
  • Harmony — 321
  • New Diana — 316
  • Queen City — 313
  • Winona -- 310
  • Grand Saline -- 309.5
  • Waskom — 307
  • Newton — 296
  • Quitman — 293.5
  • Daingerfield — 278
  • Edgewood — 276
  • Ore City -- 274
  • Corrigan-Camden -- 273
  • Elysian Fields -- 273
  • Arp -- 263
  • Hemphill — 259
  • Frankston — 249
  • Paul Pewitt — 240
  • Alba-Golden -- 235
  • Como-Pickton -- 223
  • Harleton -- 223
  • Hawkins — 219.5
  • Big Sandy -- 219
  • Linden-Kildare -- 217
  • Union Grove — 216
  • Shelbyville — 215
  • San Augustine — 211
  • Beckville — 208
  • Alto — 201
  • Garrison -- 201
  • Joaquin — 199
  • West Sabine -- 196
  • Carlisle — 190
  • Timpson — 180
  • Tenaha -- 171.5
  • Cushing -- 170
  • Cayuga -- 167
  • Simms Bowie -- 151
  • Grapeland — 141
  • Colmesneil -- 136
  • Overton — 134
  • Mount Enterprise -- 121
  • Fruitvale -- 104
  • Union Hill — 103
  • Leverett's Chapel -- 58
  • Oakwood — 54
  • Apple Springs -- 53

* — Enrollment numbers gathered from area athletic directors, and Dave Campbell’s Texas Football