Could Hudson’s Bay still be a 3A school? Update: No
When the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association released enrollment numbers to schools on Monday, Hudson’s Bay High School was listed as a Class 2A program.
Today, the Eagles remain listed as the biggest Class 2A school in the state.
Could that change, though? No.
According to Stoney Myers, Bay’s athletic director, the Eagles will remain at 2A no matter what happens elsewhere.
Meg Wochnick of The Olympian reports that Capital High School in Olympia is appealing its enrollment numbers released by the WIAA.
The Cougars calculated an enrollment number of 966 students while the WIAA has Capital with 990. Hudson’s Bay has 982.
A couple of readers asked me today if Bay could possibly move to 3A if Capital were to win its appeal. The theory was that if Capital fell to 2A, Bay would move to 3A.
But Stoney Myers confirmed just minutes ago that Bay will remain in Class 2A regardless of the appeal.
The WIAA will finalize reclassification at its executive board meeting Jan. 27.