Every 2 years UIL does a district realignment and this morning the new 2014-2016 UIL Class and District classifications were released.  Click here to see the full list.

District 2-6A includes: Amarillo, Amarillo Tascosa, Lubbock Coronado, Lubbock Monterey and Wolforth Frenship.

District 4-5A includes: Abilene Cooper, Lubbock High, Lubbock Cooper, Plainview and San Angelo Lakeview.

District 1-4A Division I: Lubbock Estacado, Levelland, Borger, Pampa, Seminole

Now depending on how much you know about high school football, you may think that the "6A" is a typo and that I meant "5A" - I assure you that it is not.  Gregg Tepper with TexasFootball.com explained it best:

...we’re getting a Class 6A, but it’s not what you think. Instead of adding a “super-classification” for the very biggest schools in the state, this is essentially a name change so that six-man will be known as 1A. So, there’s no big change other than that the presently constructed 26-5A would be known as 26-6A

So - what makes one school 5A and another 6A?  Simple - it is based off student enrollment numbers.  Here's how it breaks out:

Class 6A: 2,100+
Class 5A: 1,060-2,099
Class 4A Division I: 686-1,059
Class 4A Division II: 465-685
Class 3A Division I: 315-464
Class 3A Division II: 220-314
Class 2A Division I: 158-219
Class 2A Division II: 105-157
Class 1A Division I: 55-104.9
Class 1A Division II: 54 and fewer

And here are the enrollment numbers for Lubbock schools - Click Here for the complete list of enrollment numbers for Texas high schools:

Wolfforth Frenship  2178
Lubbock Coronado  2121
Lubbock Monterey  2108
Lubbock High 2080
Lubbock-Cooper 1144
Lubbock Estacado  727

Now for me personally - I'm pretty happy with the realignment when it comes to my son's school - Lubbock Coronado.  I would even be so bold to say that we will see playoff games next year - which would be fantastic because it's my son's senior year!