Deerfield-Windsor, a prominent Georgia Independent School Association member, is moving to the GHSA beginning in 2020, the Albany Herald reported Thursday. The Albany school has won four football state titles under coach Allen Lowe, who has more than 250 career wins in GISA. Beginning next season, the GHSA will have all-private and all-public regions in Class A. The GHSA also recently allowed its members to play GISA teams, which makes completing a schedule much easier than in past years. "This decision will give Deerfield-Windsor School increased flexibility in scheduling while giving us unique opportunities to create competitive relationships with schools in both associations," Lowe told the newspaper. Other GISA schools that have joined the GHSA in the past 10 years are Mount de Sales, Stratford Academy, Tattnall Square Academy, First Presbyterian, Trinity Christian and George Walton Academy. There are 31 GISA schools playing 11-man football this season. There were 46 in 2010, but some have joined the GHSA, begun playing eight-man football or no longer play the sport.