It doesn’t appear that any schools in Region 12 will be changing their classification next year, up or down. The Board of Trustees for the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) recently passed its first consideration of classifications for schools throughout the state. Not only does it appear all six schools in Region 12 will remain 4A, it does not appear any of them are on the bubble. Ten of the 27 schools in 4A are identified as being on the bubble between two classifications.
High schools in Region 12 include Sky View, Green Canyon, Logan, Bear River, Ridgeline and Mountain Crest. While none appear to be on the bubble, there is no guarantee all will remain in the same region or new schools might be added.
UHSAA meets every two years to examine current and projected school enrollment, as well as in which region to place newly-constructed schools.
The full list of schools and proposed classifications can be seen here.
According to a release from UHSAA, the Board of Trustees will meet again on Wednesday, November 28th to determine the final consideration of classifications and place schools into a first consideration for regions. A public hearing will be held on Wednesday, December 5 at Jordan High School to get feedback from the various districts, schools and communities on the placement of schools into regions. A final decision will be made on Thursday, December 6.
Once implemented, the new classifications and regions will begin in the fall of 2019. UHSAA manages athletic and fine arts activities in the state of Utah.