LAFAYETT — Louisiana's select school voted to form the Louisiana Select Association, a governing body for the state's 108 select, or private high schools.
This spring, Teurlings principal Mike Boyer proposed a harder split between select schools. The vote was the next step in that.
The LSA, as it's being coined, is not a new governing body, per-se, but a branch of the LHSAA.
In June,the LHSAA set out to bring the two sides together. The LHSAA is exploring differing options that would maybe one day end the split and bring the private and public schools back as one.
Our news partners at the Advocate go into greater detail on Monday's meeting, you can read that story here.