The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association released the preliminary Average Daily Membership for the upcoming school year on Thursday with a few noticeable changes for schools around the Oklahoma City metro.
The list will not be finalized until the OSSAA Board of Directors meeting on Aug. 13, but can be found here.
Football districts for the next two years will not be affected by the ADM.
Del City looks to be returning to Class 6A after spending last season in Class 5A. The Eagles will be taking the place of Lawton Eisenhower, which has fallen to the top spot in Class 5A with 1,281.13 students.
Douglass, meanwhile, will play football in Class 3A this season, but looks to be competing in Class 4A in basketball.
Hennessey may also be moving up to Class 3A after making the state tournament in girls basketball and baseball last season in Class 2A.
Okarche, which won the Class B girls basketball championship last season, will also move to Class A after a one-year hiatus should the ADM be approved.