The OSSAA Board of Directors approved a variety of changes to the current formatting of, most notably featuring the introduction of 12 high school football classes and splits in Class A and Class B. Each impending ramification will take place at the commencement of the 2024-25 athletic season and will carry over into the 2025-26 year. Proposals for each respective sport regarding changes to various classifications were unanimously approved 11-0.
District 1: Bixby, Jenks, Edmond North, Enid, Moore, Mustang, Norman North, Southmoore District 2: Owasso, Broken Arrow, Edmond Memorial, Edmond Santa Fe, Westmoore, Norman, Union, Yukon 6A-II
District 1: Deer Creek, Choctaw, Bishop McGuinness, Lawton Eisenhower, Lawton, Putnam City, Putnam City North, U.S. Grant District 2: Stillwater, Capitol Hill, Muskogee, Bartlesville, Northwest Classen, Piedmont, Ponca City, Sand Springs
District 1: Midwest City, Del City, Altus, Duncan, Elgin, Lawton MacArthur, Southeast, Western Heights District 2: Carl Albert, El Reno, Guthrie, Guymon, John Marshall, Noble, Putnam City West, Shawnee District 3: Bishop Kelley, Sapulpa, Coweta, Durant, East Central, Edison, Glenpool, McAlester District 4: Tahlequah, Booker T. Washington, Claremore, Collinsville, Grove, Pryor, Will Rogers, Tulsa Memorial
District 1: Chickasha, Cashe, Classen SAS, Clinton, Elk City, Newcastle, Heritage Hall, Weatherford District 2: Blanchard, Ardmore, Bethany, Cushing, Harrah, Madill, Tecumseh, Tuttle District 3: Wagoner, Catoosa, Fort Gibson, Lincoln Christian, McLain, Miami, Oologah-Talala, Skiatook District 4: Ada, Broken Bow, Hilldale, Holland Hall, Nathan Hale, Poteau, Sallisaw, Stilwell
District 1: Seminole, Anadarko, Kingfisher, McLoud, North Rock Creek, Perkins-Tryon, Purcell, Woodward District 2: Marlow, Bridge Creek, Dickson, Douglass, Lone Grove, Pauls Valley, Plainview, Sulphur District 3: Central, Checotah, Eufaula, Muldrow, Locust Grove, Mannford, Metro Christian, Stigler District 4: Bristow, Berryhill, Claremore Sequoyah, Cleveland, Dewey, Jay, Verdigris, Vinita
District 1: Bethel, Blackwell, Millwood, Cassady, Chisholm, Crossings Christian, Jones, Star Spencer District 2: Washington, Mount St. Mary, Crooked Oak, Kingston, Lindsay, Little Axe, Marietta, Oklahoma Christian School
District 1: Community Christian, Alva, Hennessey, Kellyville, Kiefer, Luther, Newkirk, Perry District 2: Lexington, Coalgate, Comanche, Davis, Frederick, Hinton, Holdenville, Tishomingo
District 1: Watonga, Crescent, Fairview, Hooker, Merritt, Minco, Sayre, Texhoma District 2: Cashion, Christian Heritage, Dibble, Hobart. Meeker, Stratford, Walters, Wynnewood District 3: Pawhuska, Hulbert, Mounds, Nowata, Pawnee, Tonkawa, Chouteau-Mazie, Wyandotte District 4: Stroud, Hartshorne, Haskell, Okemah, Panama, Pocola, Warner, Wewoka
District 1: Thomas-Fay Custer, Apache, Carnegie, Cordell, Mangum, Mooreland, Rush Springs, Southwest Covenant District 2: Allen, Elmore City-Pernell, Empire, Healdton, Konawa, Ringling, Wayne, Wilson District 3: Drumright, Central Sallisaw, Gore, Liberty, Morrison, Porter Consolidated, Regent Prep, Talihina District 4: Afton, Fairland, Hominy, Ketchum, Oklahoma Union, Quapaw, Summit Christian, Woodland
District 1: Laverne, Burns Flat-Dill City, Pioneer-Pleasant Vale, Ringwood, Turpin, Shattuck District 2: Snyder, Central Marlow, Cyril, Hollis, Waurika, Velma-Alma District 3: Barnsdall, Dewar, Foyil, Garber, Porum, Yale District 4: Wetumka, Weleetka, Quinton, Canadian, Caddo, Savanna
District 1: Okeene, Canton, Cherokee, Seiling, Waukomis, Balko-Forgan District 2: Pond Creek-Hunter, Covington- Douglas, Coyle, Kremlin-Hi l ls da le, Oklahoma Bible, Bartlesville, Wesleyan Christian District 3: Maud, Davenport, Depew, Olive, Strother, Thackerville District 4: Arkoma, Cave Springs, Gans, Keota, Webbers Falls, Wilson-Henryetta
District 1: Tryone, Beaver, Boise City, Billings, Buffalo, Sharon-Mutual, Timberlake, Waynoka District 2: Mountain View-Gotebo, Alex, Clinton Corn Bible, Geary, Granfield, Ryan, Temple, Tipton District 3: Medford, Bluejacket, Copan, Deer Creek-Lamont, Oaks Mission, South Coffeyville, Watts, Welch District 4: Maysville, Bowlegs, Bray-Doyle, Fox, Graham-Dustin, Midway, Paoli, Sasakwa
High school basketball
For the first time in the history of Oklahoma high school basketball, districts will be in play.
Below are the impending districts for the 2023-24 season:
District 1: Edmond North, Norman North, Mustang, Moore, Deer Creek, Putnam City North, Piedmont, Capitol Hill District 2: Putnam City West, Norman, Edmond Santa Fe, Yukon, Westmoore, Lawton Eisenhower, Lawton, Northwest Classen District 3: Edmond Memorial, Owasso, Sand Springs, Enid, Union, U.S. Grant, Putnam City, Bartlesville District 4: Broken Arrow, Bixby, Choctaw, Jenks, Stillwater, Ponca City, Muskogee, Southmoore
District 1: Carl Albert, Crossing Christian, El Reno, Guthrie, Elgin, Shawnee, Altus, Western Heights District 2: Midwest City, Del City, Southeast, MacArthur, John Marshall, Noble, Guymon, Santa Fe South District 3: Booker T. Washington, Collinsville, Tahlequah, Bishop Kelley, Claremore, East Central, Grove, Pryor District 4: Tulsa Memorial, Holland Hall, Edison, Coweta, Sapulpa, Durant, Will Rogers, McAlester
High school softball
As for high school softball, the extensive lust for championship game appearances in the USA Softball Hall of Fame Complex will be prolonged.
As of the 2024 fall season, preliminary postseason games will be played at Firelake Ball Fields in Shawnee. Classes B through 3A will play championship games at Cowgirl Stadium — Oklahoma State’s softball stadium. Classes 4A through 6A will play their respective championship games at Marita Hynes Field — Oklahoma’s softball complex.