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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    What this really exposes is who should have been select all along.

    And there is a lot of talk about state championships won by some schools and the question being raised is if they really are...
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    Here is the list and an article out of NOLA:

    https://crescentcitysports.com/lhsaa-member-school-designation-select-non-select/
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    HD: The split was all driven by smaller schools when Evangel and Curtis were down in their classes. The principals at Many and Winfield in particular.
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    Alexandria Senior High, as well. Students in Rapides Parish can attend any high school in the parish.
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    Re: Interesting LHSAA Agenda

    All of the public schools in Lafayette Parish, which uses the academy system. Acadiana and Carencro would be Select.
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