What do you say to the accusations that SLC, which could clearly afford another high school, chooses instead to have two full size schools split 9th and 10th in one and 11th 12th in the other yet both playing under one athletic umbrella and that this is done primarily for athletic reasons?
Do you think this gives Carroll an unfair advantage?
Do any other schools in Texas do this?
This is not uncommon in Texas. Southlake's enrollment is 2408 and they are the 4th largest school in their district out of 8 teams. The UIL combines the enrollment from both campuses.
Plano has 8 schools - 3 are senior high (11th & 12th) and 5 high schools (9th and 10th). The ADA of the high schools are included in the attendence zone of the senior high schools. The smallest Plano schools has an enrollment of 4,156 and the largest 5652.
Hope that helps.