Albany - It is reclassification time for high schools in the state of Georgia.
The Georgia High School Association released the classifications schools can compete in next two school years based on enrollment.
One of the surprises is that Dougherty High is scheduled to move to AA based on their enrollment.
Schools can petition the GHSA to play in a higher classification but cannot drop down.
Dougherty County School System athletic director Johnny Seabrooks will meet with Dougherty High offiicals to see if they want to move down to AA or stay in AAA and play where Westover and Monroe play.
Albany High has been in AA for ten years.
The deadline to apply to move up is November 26th.
Work will also begin in the final week of November to assign teams to regions for next the next two school years.
The only other schools slated to drop down are Randolph-Clay and Irwin County from AA to Class A.