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NSAA Releases High School Football Classifications for 2024 and 2025 Seasons

The NSAA has finally come up with the high school football classifications set for the 2024 and 2025 seasons, eliminating any cloud of doubt on the competitions. A two-year enrollment average forms the basis of these classifications, thus creating equality among schools within the state.

Changes for the 2024-2025 Seasons

The most significant development is the introduction of class D6 for the coming seasons. A new classification is set for the smallest schools in Nebraska and such schools would be in more matched competition teams. Moreover, the enrollment categories of some schools have shifted due to changing enrolments.

Here's a breakdown of the new classifications:

Class A:

  • The case involved schools having over 425 student enrollment.

Class B:

  • Schools that have more than 160 and upto 424 students.

Class C-1:

  • The population being studied here consists of schools with a student population ranging from 100-159.

Class C-2:

  • An enrollment of 60–99 attendees.

Class D-1:

  • With enrolments of 30-59.

Class D-2:

  • A school with a population between 20 and 29.

Class D6:

  • School systems which have not more than nineteen students.

Impact on the 2024-2025 Seasons

These new classifications will surely influence several aspects of upcoming years seasons. Take for instance when Class D2 is augmented by Class D6, it offers some schools an opportune moment to fight for state championship. Some school may also move up or down depending on their performance, thereby changing old rivalry stories and creating new ones.

All in all, the NSAA’s latest classifications are set to add both drama and suspense to the upcoming 2024 and 2025 high school football seasons.

Here are some additional details about the classifications:

  • The classifications are calculated on the basis of a two-year enrolment average, and the latest department of education, Nebraska.

  • Schools are allowed to challenge their classifications provided that they perceive them as incorrect.

  • After the 2024 – 2025 seasons, the NSAA might change these classifications based on their findings.

For a full list of the classifications, please visit the NSAA website:

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