The four Suburban Conferences are set for the next two years with several bi-yearly realignment changes based on enrollment.

The four Suburban Conference divisions are set for the next two years with several bi-yearly realignment changes based on enrollment.


The Suburban Big Six, or Gold Division, remains the same with Blue Springs, Blue Springs South, Liberty, Lee’s Summit, Lee’s Summit North and Raymore-Peculiar.


There is only one change in the Middle Six, or Red Division. Park Hill South replaces North Kansas City. Lee’s Summit West, Park Hill, Ruskin, St. Joseph Central and Truman remain.


There are three changes in the Suburban Middle Seven, or White Division. North Kansas City drops down from the Middle Six and Oak Park and Staley move up from the Small Six to the Middle Seven. Belton, Fort Osage, Raytown and William Chrisman remain.


The Small Six, or Blue Division, has two new teams in Winnetonka and Raytown South, which moved down from the Middle Seven. The other four schools remain: Grandview, Kearney, Liberty North and Platte County.


It was first believed the three North Kansas City District schools would all be in the Middle Seven and Raytown and Raytown South in the Small Six, but that didn’t come to fruition.