Page 6 of Originally Posted by gametime It's a policy allowed by the KHSAA, and as far as REAL academics go, it seems to be in the best intrest of everyone in th... 103 comments | 3787 Views | Go to page 1 →
Oct 23, 05, 11:10 PM #76
So any school with open enrollment should be separated from those that won't open their enrollment???Advertisement
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Oct 23, 05, 11:10 PM #77Originally Posted by The Professor
Oct 23, 05, 11:10 PM #78Originally Posted by All Tell
Oct 23, 05, 11:16 PM #79Originally Posted by gametime
Oct 23, 05, 11:18 PM #80Originally Posted by The Professor
Oct 23, 05, 11:24 PM #81Originally Posted by gametime
I'm for open enrollment for academics, but not for athletics. If you want to leave your district for academics, that's fine, but you're only eligible to participate in sports at your old school.
That's fair and square, and keeps corrupt coaches from manipulating the magnet program for athletic reasons.
Oct 23, 05, 11:25 PM #82Originally Posted by The Professor
Oct 23, 05, 11:27 PM #83Originally Posted by gametime
It's the same.
Oct 23, 05, 11:28 PM #84Originally Posted by The Professor
Oct 23, 05, 11:32 PM #85
Originally Posted by gametime
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Small school Private Championship (Louisville HC, Desales, CAL, LCA, etc)
Louisville Open Enrollment Schools Championship (Louisville Public schools)
NKY Independent schools/NKY Private schools Championships (Highlands, NCC Beechwood, CovCath, Dixie etc
Independent schools from the rest of the state Championship
Large Population County Schools Championship
Medium Population County Schools Championships
Small Population County Schools Championships
There that ought to about do it to make sure the playing field is level. Eight champions in Golf, Tennis, Basketball etc. Trophies will be cheaper when bought in bulk!!!
Oct 23, 05, 11:34 PM #86Originally Posted by All Play No Work
Oct 23, 05, 11:34 PM #87Originally Posted by gametime
What if Fayette County had an open enrollment policy similar to Jefferson County, and could attract students from Jessamine, Clark, Madison, Bourbon, Scott, and Woodford counties (about the same population as Jefferson County)?
Well. two or three of the schools in the area would be absolute powerhouses.
Oct 23, 05, 11:35 PM #88Originally Posted by The Professor
Oct 23, 05, 11:39 PM #89Originally Posted by gametime
I give up.
I won't confuse you with the facts anymore, because you evidently already have your mind made up.
Oct 23, 05, 11:42 PM #90Originally Posted by The Professor