List: Class 4A picks up 23 schools, loses 17 others

Trinity Christian players take the field arm in arm to challenge defending champion Prince Avenue Christian in their GHSA Class A Private Championship game on Dec. 9 in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton / Curtis.Compton@ajc.com)

Credit: Curtis Compton / Curtis.Compton@

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Trinity Christian players take the field arm in arm to challenge defending champion Prince Avenue Christian in their GHSA Class A Private Championship game on Dec. 9 in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton / Curtis.Compton@ajc.com)

Credit: Curtis Compton / Curtis.Compton@

Class 4A picked up 23 football teams and lost 17 during reclassification. Here are their comings and goings, with their previous or new classes in parentheses.

Coming

Burke County (3A)

Cherokee Bluff (3A)

Clarkston (5A)

East Forsyth (3A)

Griffin (5A)

Holy Innocents’ (A Private)

Johnson-Gainesville (5A)

Lovett (2A)

North Hall (3A)

Pace Academy (2A)

Seckinger (new)

Sonoraville (3A)

Southeast Bulloch (3A)

Southwest DeKalb (5A)

Starr’s Mill (5A)

Stockbridge (5A)

Stone Mountain (5A)

Trinity Christian (A Private)

Walnut Grove (5A)

Wayne County (5A)

Westminster (3A)

Whitewater (5A)

Woodland-Stockbridge (5A)

Going

Arabia Mountain (5A)

Carver-Columbus (3A)

Columbus (3A)

Dougherty (3A)

Flowery Branch (5A)

Jefferson (5A)

Jenkins (5A)

Jordan (2A)

Kendrick (2A)

Marist (6A)

Mays (5A)

Monroe (3A)

Pickens (3A)

Ridgeland (3A)

Rutland (2A)

Spencer (2A)

Thomas County Central (6A)

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