Haas Hall Making Big Jump To 3A

Posted: June 14, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

File Photo Michael Woods Becca Christie of Haas Hall is fouled by Scranton defender Kendra Bailey as she tries to drive to the hoop during a game Jan. 29 against Scranton in Fayetteville.

FAYETTEVILLE -- Haas Hall Academy has endured the growing pains that come with the infancy stages of its athletic teams, and has enjoyed some success in the process.

At A Glance

Two Steps Forward

Haas Hall Academy will make the jump from a Class 1A school to a Class 3A school when the Arkansas Activities Association’s new reclassification cycle takes place in August. Here are the distances from Haas Hall to each campus in the old conference and the new conference.

1A-1 West^3A-1 West

St. Paul^36^Greenland^9


Oark^60^West Fork^18


County Line^93^Lavaca^74


Source: Google Maps

Haas Hall By The Numbers

6 — Football-playing Class 3A schools with a lower average attendance than Haas Hall in the 2014-16 cycle

14 — number of Class 2A schools with a lower average attendance than Class 1A Haas Hall had in the 2012-14 cycle

14 — more students Haas Hall had than Pangburn, the state’s largest Class 2A school

131 — average number of students in grades 9-11 over a three-year period for the Arkansas Activities Association’s 2012-14 classification cycle

201 — average number of students for the AAA’s 2014-16 cycle

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