UIL Class 6A football and basketball district alignments for 2014-2015 and 2015-2016.
District 1 — EP Americas, EP Coronado, EP Eastwood, EP El Dorado, EP Franklin, EP Montwood, EP Socorro.
District 2 — Amarillo, Amarillo Tascosa, Lubbock Coronado, Lubbock Monterey, Wolfforth Frenship.
District 3 — Abilene, Midland, Midland Lee, Odessa, Odessa Permian, San Angelo Central.
District 4 — Arlington, Arlington Bowie, Arlington Houston, Arlington Lamar, Arlington Martin, FW Paschal, FW Young Womens Leadership (basketball only), North Crowley, Weatherford.
District 5 — Denton Guyer, Denton Ryan, Keller, Keller Central, Keller Fossil Ridge, Keller Timber Creek, Northwest, Northwest Nelson.
District 6 — Allen, Lewisville, Lewisville Flower Mound, Lewisville Hebron, Lewisville Marcus, McKinney Boyd, Plano, Plano East, Plano West.
District 7 — Colleyville Heritage, Coppell, Euless Trinity, Haltom City, Hurst Bell, North Richland Hills Richland, Southlake Carroll.
District 8 — Cedar Hill, DeSoto, Duncanville, Grand Prairie, Mansfield, Midlothian, South Grand Prairie.
District 9 — Carrollton Turner, Dallas Jesuit, Dallas Skyline, Dallas Sunset, Dallas White, Irving, Irving MacArthur, Irving Nimitz.
District 10 — Dallas Highland Park, Mesquite, Mesquite Horn, North Mesquite, Richardson, Richardson Berkner, Richardson Lake Highlands, Richardson Pearce.
District 11 — Garland, Garland Lakeview Centennial, Garland Naaman Forest, Garland Rowlett, Garland Sachse, North Garland, Rockwall, Tyler Lee.
District 12 — Belton, Copperas Cove, Killeen, Killeen Ellison, Killeen Harker Heights, Killeen Shoemaker, Waco Midway.
District 13 — Leander Rouse, Pflugerville, Pflugerville Hendrickson, Round Rock, Round Rock Cedar Ridge, Round Rock McNeil, Round Rock Stony Point, Round Rock Westwood.
District 14 — Austin, Austin Akins, Austin Anderson, Austin Bowie, Lake Travis, Austin Westlake, Buda Hays, Del Valle, Kyle Lehman.
District 15 — Klein, Klein Collins, Klein Forest, Klein Oak, Montgomery, Spring, Spring DeKaney, Spring Westfield.
District 16 — Conroe, Conroe Oak Ridge, The Woodlands, The Woodlands College Park, Humble Atascocita, Humble Kingwood, Humble Summer Creek.
District 17 — Houston Cypress Creek, Houston Cypress-Fairbanks, Houston Cypress Falls, Houston Cypress Lakes, Houston Cypress Ranch, Houston Cypress Ridge, Houston Cypress Springs, Houston Cypress Woods, Houston Jersey Village, Houston Langham Creek.
District 18 — Aldine, Houston Benjamin Davis Sr., Houston Eisenhower, Houston MacArthur, Houston Memorial, Houston Nimitz, Houston Northbrook.
District 19 — Houston Strake Jesuit, Katy, Katy Cinco Ranch, Katy Mayde Creek, Katy Morton Ranch, Katy Seven Lakes, Katy Taylor, Katy Tompkins.
District 20 — Houston Bellaire, Houston Chavez, Houston Lamar, Houston Math Sci. & Tech, Houston Milby, Houston Reagan, Houston Westbury, Houston Westside.
District 21 — Baytown Sterling, Beaumont West Brook, Channelview, Deer Park, Galena Park North Shore, La Porte, Port Arthur Memorial.
District 22 — Alvin, Pasadena Dobie, Pasadena, Pasadena Rayburn, Pasadena South Houston, Pearland, Pasadena Memorial, Manvel, Pearland Dawson.
District 23 — Alief Elsik, Alief Hastings, Fort Bend Austin, Fort Bend Clements, Fort Bend Dulles, Fort Bend Hightower, Fort Bend Kempner, Alief Taylor, Fort Bend Travis.
District 24 — Dickinson, Clute Brazoswood, Friendswood Clear Brook, Friendswood, Houston Clear Lake, League City Clear Creek, League City Clear Springs, League City Clear Falls.
District 25 — Converse Judson, Comal Canyon, New Braunfels, Schertz Clemens, Smithson Valley, Cibolo Steele, SA Wagner.
District 26 — SA Churchill, SA Lee, SA MacArthur, SA Madison, SA Reagan, SA Roosevelt, SA Johnson.
District 27 — SA Northside Clark, SA Northside Holmes, SA Northside Jay, SA Northside Marshall, SA Northside O'Connor, SA Northside Taft, SA Northside Warren, SA Northside Stevens, SA Northside Brandeis, SA Northside Brennan.
District 28 — CC Carroll, CC King, CC Ray, SA East Central, SA Southwest, South San Antonio.
District 29 — Del Rio, Eagle Pass, Laredo Alexander, Laredo United, Laredo United South, Laredo Johnson.
District 30 — La Joya, McAllen, McAllen Memorial, McAllen Rowe, Mission, La Joya Juarez-Lincoln, La Joya Palmview.
District 31 — Edinburg North, Edinburg, PSJA Memorial, PSJA North, Weslaco, Edinburg Economedes, Weslaco East.
District 32 — Brownsville Hanna, Brownsville Lopez, Brownsville Rivera, Harlingen South, Harlingen, Los Fresnos, San Benito, Brownsville Memorial.
From the University Interscholastic League:
The University Interscholastic League announces the 2014-15 and 2015-16 tentative football and basketball district assignments on the enclosed list.
The spring meet and other athletic district alignments will be released no later than April 15, 2014.
An organizing school list is also enclosed. It is the responsibility of the organizing school to organize the district and notify the UIL office of the name and the school of the permanent chairman for each sport so that district executive committee mailings are sent to the correct person. Contracts cannot be made until February 21, 2014.
Schools may discuss scheduling possible games beginning on February 3, but cannot actually contract until February 21. Districts with an odd number of schools may meet prior to February 21 to determine "open" dates within the district schedule.
These districts cannot set the district schedule, but may draw byes. District Executive
Committees may begin contracting games on February 21, 2014.
The Chair of the Legislative Council shall appoint a District Assignment Appeals Committee. A participant school may request an appeal of the district assignment by filing its request and a supporting statement with the District Assignment Appeals Committee and informing, in writing, the superintendent and principal of the schools in the conference and district to which it was assigned and notifying the superintendent and principal of the schools in the conference and district to which it wishes to be assigned.
Notification must go to all schools that could be involved in the change.
This appeal must be made by February 13, 2014. The meeting at which appeals will be heard is
scheduled for February 20, 2014.
Please note the following rules:
Section 1250 (i) (1) & (2) of the Constitution and Contest Rules states:
(i) SITE AND DAY OF GAME.
(1) Non-district Games. Mutual agreement determines site and day of game.
(2) District Games. District schedules, unless unanimously agreeable otherwise, shall be made by a draw
for a two year period. Home team may designate the day of the game. Exception: When a school
district has more than one home game per week and only one stadium, the day of the game shall be
determined by a draw unless mutually agreeable otherwise. Starting times shall be set by the district
executive committee, unless mutually agreeable otherwise.
Section 1203 (d) of the Constitution and Contest Rules states:
(d) SCHEDULING. The district executive committee shall arrange a schedule to determine district
representatives prior to the deadline specified in the Official League Calendar.
February 3-13, 2014 Schools wishing to change districts may do so by getting a unanimous vote from both the district to which they have been assigned and the district to which they wish to change. If a unanimous vote is achieved from both districts, both district chairs must notify the UIL office by phone and follow with written notification. The school appealing should fill out the Appeal Form.
February 13, 2014 Deadline for a participant school to request an appeal of their district assignment to the UIL office. The school must file its request and a supporting statement with the District Assignment Appeals Committee. The school appealing must inform in writing the superintendent and principal of the schools in the conference and district to which it was assigned as well as the superintendent and principal of the schools in the conference and district to which it wishes to be assigned.
Notification in writing must go to all schools that could be involved in the change. The District Assignment Appeals Committee will not consider appeals with respect to conference assignment
unless there was an error in the enrollment figures submitted.
February 20, 2014 The District Assignment Appeals Committee hearing for appeals will be held
beginning at 9:00 am at the UIL Office in Austin (1701 Manor Road).
When all reviews and appeals have been made, the District Assignment Appeals Committee
shall approve the assignments to districts. Until this approval, contracts for contests by participant schools are not effective. Schools in the affected districts will be notified in writing by the UIL Executive Director. The chairmen of the affected districts will be notified by email, telephone and/or fax.
February 21, 2014 First day for District Executive Committee meetings to set district schedules.
Football Schools may play their first game no earlier than August 28, 2014. A proposal passed by the Legislative Council in October 2013 allows sub-varsity football teams in Conferences 5A and 6A to play on Wednesday during week 1 (previously termed zero-week) only if the varsity team plays on Thursday of that same week. First Playing Dates: The first playing dates for football for the 2014-15 season are August 28- 30 and for the 2015-16 season are August 27-29. Schools are limited to no more than ten games.
Football Game Contracts: Please review Section 356 of the UIL Constitution and Contest Rules. A school may be disqualified for district honors for up to two years in that sport for contracting with other Texas schools prior to the finalization of the reclassification and realignment by all University Interscholastic League appeal committees.
Athletic schedules will not be considered official until approved by the superintendent of the member school district.
Conference A Football: Schools with an enrollment of 104.9 or lower may choose to participate in Conference A conference for basketball and spring meet. Schools currently participating in six-man football may submit enrollment figures by any one of the following combinations of grades: grades 9, 10, 11 and 12; grades 8, 9, 10 and 11; grades 7, 8, 9 and 10; or grades 9 and 10 doubled.
Formulas for Enrollment: The formulas used to determine enrollment are:
(1) Schools with four high school grades (9-12), and three-year high schools (grades 10-12) which will receive incoming tenth graders from specific, identifiable feeder schools: Grades 9, 10, 11, 12 = Enrollment