A NEW SUBURBAN LEAGUE
15 SCHOOLS in 2 CONFERENCES
The Ohio High School Athletic Association approved an expansion of the Suburban League for the 2015-2016 school year. The Suburban League moved forward with 15 teams divided into two conferences – American and National.
The American Conference is comprised of seven schools: Revere, Aurora, Barberton, Copley, Highland, Kent Roosevelt, and Tallmadge and the National Conference having eight schools: Brecksville, Cuyahoga Falls, Hudson, Nordonia, North Royalton, Stow, Twinsburg and Wadsworth. (Both Green and Cloverleaf left the Suburban League this year and are now part of the Portage trail Conference)
The Suburban League was formed in 1949 with four charter schools and Revere joined the league in 1958 and has remained a member ever since.
SUBURBAN LEAGUE – BY THE NUMBERS
LARGEST DISTRICT: STOW; REVERE AMONG THE SMALLEST
The OHSAA uses enrollment figures based on the number of students in grades 9,10 and 11 with athletic participation opportunities to classify each school. Of the fifteen schools in the Suburban League for the 2015-2016 only Revere and Tallmadge have a AA governance classification, all other schools classified as AAA. The current classifications and enrollment figures will be used through the 2017 school year.
OHSAA current enrollment figures (grades 9-11) by school, boys and girls combined.
The date has been set for the Revere All Sports Booster Club’s Minutemen Rally Dinner and Raffle. Be sure to mark your calendars and save the date.
Last year’s Rally sold out in record time. This event is a major fund raiser for the Booster Club and is always a wonderful evening of fun for the Revere Community.