Area schools affected by LHSAA district re-aligments for 2022-24

On the heels of the recent reclassifications of schools for 2022-24, the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) has released the new district alignments this week and all three Jackson Parish high schools are affected as well as Saline and Dodson. While the districts that JHHS, Quitman and Weston will be playing in are to be the same the composition of each has taken a drastic change. 

The Tigers will still compete in district 1-2A along with holdovers North Caddo, D’Arbonne Woods and Lakeside. The district will now comprise of seven schools from Shreveport as one has moved up from Class A and two have dropped from Class 3A. Moving up from district 1-1A is Calvary Baptist. Dropping down in class is Green Oaks and Loyola, who both competed in district 1-3A last season. 

Quitman and Weston are still slated to be in district 2B along with Simsboro with Doyline and Castor joining the mix. Choudrant will now compete in district 3B with Forest and Family Community. Area schools, Saline and Dodson, not only are changing districts but classifications as well. Both have dropped back to Class C where they will be competing in district 4C along with traditional rivals Calvin, Atlanta as well as Georgetown, Harrisonburg and Central-Jonesville. 


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