IHSAA releases enrollment numbers
Enrollments for Seymour and Trinity Lutheran will increase the next two years, while the enrollments for Brownstown Central, Crothersville and Medora are decreasing.
That information was released recently by the Indiana High School Athletic Association. The IHSAA announces enrollment changes every two years to determine which class schools will compete in for the various sports.
The past two years Seymour was ranked 66th in the state with an enrollment of 1,498. Seymour will move up to 59th, with a projected enrollment of 1,522.
Seymour will now be the fourth largest school in the Hoosier Hills Conference, having passed Columbus East and Bedford North Lawrence, as their enrollments will drop below 1,500.
Jeffersonville is the largest school in the HHC (32nd, 2,035 students), and Madison is the smallest with 867 students.
Brownstown dropped one position to 187th, and will be down 15 students, to 562.
BCHS will be seventh in enrollment in the Mid-Southern. Silver Creek will continue to be the largest, although its enrollment will drop from 909 to 875 students.
Austin is the smallest school in the MSC with a projected enrollment of 376. Eastern (Pekin) and Clarksville are the other MSC schools smaller than Brownstown.
Trinity will advance to 380 (from 386) with its enrollment increasing from 142 to 149.
Crothersville drops from 389 to 392, and its enrollment will drop from 120 to 102. It will be, by far, the smallest school in the Southern Athletic Conference with South Central next-smallest with 214 students.
Henryville will remain the largest school in the SAC, although its enrollment will drop from 349 to 330.
Medora will drop one spot in enrollment, to 404, with its enrollment dropping from 73 to 54 students. It is the smallest school in the Southern Roads Conference.
Union Dugger is the largest school in the Southern Roads with 151 students. The only other school in the conference with more than 100 students is Cannelton at 111.