Nah, Iím not digging it. Just keep the schools that are able to deny zoned students admissions in a multiplier system for attendance and re-alignment. For all of this, you might as well have all the schools affected in this proposal join SCISA, which could then impact the strength of the SCHSL in the future as SCISA schools can look to focus on becoming the top tier level of competition in school athletics
I believe this was proposed and declined (count each student as 1.5 for sake of classification). At that time Hanahan voiced issue as being the only public school in the state that had another school of the same classification (BE) in its attendance zone.
Going to SCISA would create a different set of problems, and honestly, I doubt districts would support that in the case of Magnets.