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bowiedawgs01
02-19-2010, 12:19 PM
http://www.utexas.edu/uil/alignments/2010/enrollment/5A_fb_enroll.pdf

bowiedawgs01
02-19-2010, 12:26 PM
McKinney Boyd went from being one of the smallest schools in 8-5A to the largest in 10-5A.

Austin Bowie still the largest in district, but Akins catching up. Del Valle almost the same size as Westlake. Anderson is the 5th smallest 5A (4th if you don't count Strake Jesuit).

Good chance Katy goes Division I.

E-Vol-ution
02-19-2010, 12:26 PM
This is what I was looking for and confirms what I had been told.
Arlington Bowie is now a D1 lock for the next two years.

SWMHebron
02-19-2010, 12:48 PM
8-5A
Plano East 6171
Plano 5240 ( -931)
Allen 5049 (-1122)
Plano West 4190 (-1981)
Lewisville 3573 (-2598)
Flower Mound 3170 (-3001)
Marcus 3107 (-3064)
Hebron 2857 (-3314)

SLC
02-19-2010, 12:48 PM
There is 33,357 kids in district 8 alone.:eek:

bowiedawgs01
02-19-2010, 12:56 PM
The difference between Plano East and Hebron is larger than most 5A schools. Crazy.

SP Tiger Backer
02-19-2010, 12:59 PM
16-5A

Round Rock McNeil 2933
Georgetown 2908.5
Round Rock Stony Point 2790
Round Rock 2625
Round Rock Westwood 2498
Leander 2299
Pflugerville 2282

Looks like RR SP could go D2 if only RR Mcneil and Georgetown make the playoffs. But my projection is:

D1 RRSP & RR McNeil
D2 Leander & Pville

Lets go Georgetown and prove me wrong :D

farmerfan
02-19-2010, 01:00 PM
There is 33,357 kids in district 8 alone.:eek:

LOL
We are fascinated by the same thing I see. I just did the math myself on lunch and wow. That comes out to an avg of 4169.6 kids per school. Then again having 4 schools over the 4100 mark and 3 of those being over the 5000 mark with one of those being over 6000 will bring that average up. Hebron very small with their 2800 student enrollment.
Good gosh those are some big schools. Probably too big to be honest with ya andn o that does not include the Planosucks and Allen schools only. We are about to have 4 at the 3000+ mark ourselves

SWMHebron
02-19-2010, 01:04 PM
The difference between Plano East and Hebron is larger than most 5A schools. Crazy.

I guess we know Hebron will be DII if they make the playoffs.

Maroondog
02-19-2010, 01:10 PM
We need that many to carry around all our arrogance. :D Can't figure out what PESH needs them all for though. :p

SLC
02-19-2010, 01:30 PM
LOL
We are fascinated by the same thing I see. I just did the math myself on lunch and wow. That comes out to an avg of 4169.6 kids per school. Then again having 4 schools over the 4100 mark and 3 of those being over the 5000 mark with one of those being over 6000 will bring that average up. Hebron very small with their 2800 student enrollment.
Good gosh those are some big schools. Probably too big to be honest with ya andn o that does not include the Planosucks and Allen schools only. We are about to have 4 at the 3000+ mark ourselves


That district enrollment is larger than many many cities in Texas.:D

stinger
02-19-2010, 01:35 PM
This could be the answer...Trinity vs Katy in D-1

OakTreeUp-n-Out
02-19-2010, 01:37 PM
Man, I guess I'm just a rural guy, but I can't imagine the "high school experience" at a school with 6,000 people. Sounds a lot more like college, where you know a few people here and there but are surrounded by mostly strangers.

Maroondog
02-19-2010, 01:41 PM
Man, I guess I'm just a rural guy, but I can't imagine the "high school experience" at a school with 6,000 people. Sounds a lot more like college, where you know a few people here and there but are surrounded by mostly strangers.

I don't know what the "campus" count is, but those numbers include frosh and sophs at different schools. Same holds true for Plano and West.

LoboFan07
02-19-2010, 01:46 PM
Well I guess we're going Division II in the playoffs. I'm so completely and utterly shocked at this. ;)

SLC
02-19-2010, 01:48 PM
Man, I guess I'm just a rural guy, but I can't imagine the "high school experience" at a school with 6,000 people. Sounds a lot more like college, where you know a few people here and there but are surrounded by mostly strangers.

I agree.


At some point you are just a locker number instead of a kid.

SWMHebron
02-19-2010, 03:30 PM
LOL
We are fascinated by the same thing I see. I just did the math myself on lunch and wow. That comes out to an avg of 4169.6 kids per school. Then again having 4 schools over the 4100 mark and 3 of those being over the 5000 mark with one of those being over 6000 will bring that average up. Hebron very small with their 2800 student enrollment.
Good gosh those are some big schools. Probably too big to be honest with ya andn o that does not include the Planosucks and Allen schools only. We are about to have 4 at the 3000+ mark ourselves

With LHS at 3573 and The Colony at 1935 would you expect the district to shift any boundaries to move LHS kids to TCHS? Or is TCHS not big enough to accommodate more?

DrEdward
02-19-2010, 04:38 PM
The largest school in the revised 7-5A will be considerably smaller than the smallest school in the new version of 8-5A - :eek: - but then, so are more than a handful of towns.

SWMHebron
02-19-2010, 04:51 PM
The largest school in the revised 7-5A will be considerably smaller than the smallest school in the new version of 8-5A - :eek: - but then, so are more than a handful of towns.

Coppell is over 3000, which is larger than Hebron by about 150. If Hebron were in 7-5A they would potentially be DI come playoff time.

NHB06
02-19-2010, 04:52 PM
8-5A
Plano East 6171
Plano 5240 ( -931)
Allen 5049 (-1122)
Plano West 4190 (-1981)
Lewisville 3573 (-2598)
Flower Mound 3170 (-3001)
Marcus 3107 (-3064)
Hebron 2857 (-3314)

What intrigues me about these numbers is that when Plano ISD boundry changes go into effect, Plano and Plano East will quite possibly no longer be locked into DI. Plano East will have around 4K, Plano Sr. 5k, and Plano West will probably have the largest enrollment in the state. Granted, it depends on what numbers Allen puts up in the next realignment. But, Allen's numbers have been steadily increasing.

DrEdward
02-19-2010, 04:56 PM
Coppell is over 3000, which is larger than Hebron by about 150. If Hebron were in 7-5A they would potentially be DI come playoff time.

Oops; that arithmetic can really bite.:o We haven't changed our position from this year; still the 5th largest team in our new district.

farmerfan
02-19-2010, 05:28 PM
With LHS at 3573 and The Colony at 1935 would you expect the district to shift any boundaries to move LHS kids to TCHS? Or is TCHS not big enough to accommodate more?

I do not think TCHS as a building is near big enough to house 3000. It has taken quite a few expansions at Marcus to get them up to speed and they are still way too small for their enrollment. Not looking at the lines, I would think it would be a long commute for those from LHS to bus them in to TC. There just isn't that many people who live east of I-35 after you take in Old Town Lewisville. So I do not see them shifting the lines that much. Lewisville ISD building a 9-10th grade school south of LHS on Valley and 3040 and that will hosue a lot of LHS students.

JagFan
02-19-2010, 06:29 PM
I do not think TCHS as a building is near big enough to house 3000. It has taken quite a few expansions at Marcus to get them up to speed and they are still way too small for their enrollment. Not looking at the lines, I would think it would be a long commute for those from LHS to bus them in to TC. There just isn't that many people who live east of I-35 after you take in Old Town Lewisville. So I do not see them shifting the lines that much. Lewisville ISD building a 9-10th grade school south of LHS on Valley and 3040 and that will hosue a lot of LHS students.

They are also building 9th grade centers for Flower Mound, Marcus, and Hebron.

What are they going to do with Lewisville's current 9th grade center?

farmerfan
02-19-2010, 06:37 PM
They are also building 9th grade centers for Flower Mound, Marcus, and Hebron.

What are they going to do with Lewisville's current 9th grade center?

That was tough for me to follow. When I was on the LISD website the other night and reading about the latest bond proposal (2008) that is what I gathered from it. I am assuming that they are going to keep it open but it owuldnt make much sense. Who knows. I am still trying to figure out what is going on with the old Milliken Middle school The LISD website not exactly user friendly for finding out about the latest construction projects and what not. I blame Dr Roy and his group of dingbats :D

JagFan
02-19-2010, 06:39 PM
That was tough for me to follow. When I was on the LISD website the other night and reading about the latest bond proposal (2008) that is what I gathered from it. I am assuming that they are going to keep it open but it owuldnt make much sense. Who knows. I am still trying to figure out what is going on with the old Milliken Middle school The LISD website not exactly user friendly for finding out about the latest construction projects and what not. I blame Dr Roy and his group of dingbats :D

I blame them for everything. They need to go back south IMO:D

farmerfan
02-19-2010, 06:42 PM
I blame them for everything. They need to go back south IMO:D

Amen sister. :notworthy

mojotrain
02-19-2010, 07:03 PM
http://www.utexas.edu/uil/alignments/2010/enrollment/5A_fb_enroll.pdf

Good grief :eek:look at district 8. Lot's of stuff going on.

mdfootball
02-19-2010, 11:12 PM
so does plano east have 1500 kids in the senior class, thats insane

DrEdward
02-19-2010, 11:16 PM
so does plano east have 1500 kids in the senior class, thats insane

You are not alone in that assessment.

SLC
02-20-2010, 12:38 AM
Good grief :eek:look at district 8. Lot's of stuff going on.


It'll need all the buses in the metroplex, plus several of those schools will need 4 lane dropoff drives with one HOV lane too.

GoBroncos
02-20-2010, 10:18 AM
The size of these schools is crazy..appears D8 need 3-4 new high schools