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Richmond Hill High School classified as AAAAAA
Committee could still let school stay where it's at
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As expected, the Georgia High School Association put Richmond Hill High School in Class AAAAAA on Monday, but it’s uncertain whether the school will stay there long.
Up next for Richmond Hill and some 450 other member high schools is a Dec. 3 meeting of the GHSA’s reclassification committee, which will divide schools into regions and decide whether the Wildcats — and others in a similar boat — are too geographically isolated from similar schools to go where their enrollment numbers send them.
And while local school officials have said they’ll appeal the measure, which could ultimately put RHHS in a region with Camden County, Lowndes County, Valdosta, Colquitt County and Tift County, a GHSA representative said Monday there’s nothing the school can appeal at present.

Read full story in Nov. 20 issue of the Bryan County News. 

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