AURORA — Private schools, meet your new attendance boundaries.
The state’s high school athletics organizing association voted Thursday to implement new confines around Colorado’s private schools, with the hope of leveling the playing field for public schools.
The success of the private schools in multiple sports and classifications has led rivals to focus on advantages they hold over their public counterparts.
Under the new rule, a private school’s attendance boundary will be defined as “the public school district in which the private school is physically located.”
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