Recently the WHSAA Board of Directors finalized the conferences for the next reclassification cycle, to begin at the start of the 2011-2012 school year. See related article for basketball, track, soccer and volleyball.

4A will be the same format as the past 2 years. 10 teams, with every team playing every team. Cheyenne South will replace Green River, who was downgraded to 3A.

3A will still have an east-west conference format. With GR dropping down, the Wolves will be placed in the west, while Lander will shift to the east. Wheatland will downgrade to 2A.

2A will still have an east-west conference format. With Wheatland dropping down, the Bulldogs will be placed in the east, while Thermopolis shifts to the west. Wyoming Indian will downgrade to 1A.

1A will still have an east-west conference format. WIHS will be in the west, while Hulett and Dubois downgrade to 6-man. This means there will be 8 teams in the west, and only 7 teams in the east. The WHSAA is working on trying to schedule several out-of state teams, to try and fill the void.

6-Man will have a north-south conference format, instead of east-west, as originally predicted. There will be 10 teams in the league with the additions of Hulett and Dubois.

New conferences:

4A:

Central
East
Evanston
Gillette
Laramie
Kelly Walsh
Natrona
Rock Springs
Sheridan
South

3A East:

Buffalo
Douglas
Lander
Rawlins
Riverton
Torrington

3A West:

Cody
Green River
Jackson
Powell
Star Valley
Worland

2A East:

Big Horn
Burns
Glenrock
Moorcroft
Newcastle
Tongue River
Wheatland
Wright

2A West:

Big Piney
Greybull
Kemmerer
Lovell
Lyman
Mountain View
Pinedale
Thermopolis

1A East:

Lingle-Ft. Laramie
Lusk
Normative Services
Pine Bluffs
Southeast
Sundance
Upton

1A West:

Burlington
Cokeville
Riverside
Rocky Mountain
Saratoga
Shoshoni
Wind River
Wyoming Indian

6-Man North:

Dubois
Hulett
Kaycee
Meeteetse
Ten Sleep

6-Man South:

Farson-Eden
Guernsey
H.E.M.
Little Snake River
Midwest