The University Interscholastic League, which governs all Texas high school competitions, met and released its realignment changes for the fall of 2014. As expected, a new 6-A conference was formed, featuring the largest schools from around the state. Seven El Paso high schools qualify for the new 1-6A District. The schools formerly in the 4-A District will now move up to 5-A. The only big change is Bel Air, who leaves the large school district and now will be moving to the "new" 5-A in the fall. Here is a list of the new districts that will be competing from 2014-2016:

1-6A
Americas
Coronado
Eastwood
El Dorado
Franklin
Montwood
Socorro

1-5A
Canutillo
Andress
Austin
Bowie
Burges
Chapin
El Paso
Irvin
Jefferson

2-5A
Horizon
Bel Air
Del Valle
Eastlake
Hanks
Harmony Science Academy (basketball only)
Parkland
Riverside
Ysleta