The UIL released cutoff enrollment numbers for each classification Tuesday, Dec. 3, as schools prepare for the biennial realignment process for all sports and contests. 

Aldine High School, Davis High School, Carver High School, Eisenhower High School, MacArthur High School, and Nimitz High Schools will stay in their current respective classifications.

Aldine, which has a student enrollment of 2,906, was classified as 6A Division I. Davis has 3,396 students and will remain classified as a 6A Division I team. MacArthur will also remain a 6A Division I school based on an enrollment of 3,668 students.

Eisenhower and Nimitz were pegged as 6A Division II programs based on their enrollments of 2,831 and 2,670 respectively. 

Carver, which does not have field UIL athletic teams, are set to participate in 6A UIL academic contests. 

The official 2020-2022 UIL district alignments for football, volleyball, and basketball will be released in early February. The divisions are subject to change based on the final district alignments.

The district’s schools of choice, Avalos P-TECH School, Blanson CTE High School, and Victory Early College High School, do not participate in UIL competitions.