Brookwood won its second consecutive Regions Directors Cup trophy in Class AAAAA, and metro Atlanta private schools retained their hold on the other four classifications despite a strong challenge from their public school rivals.
The Directors Cup competition, which has been held every school year since 1999-2000, awards points to each school based on its performances in the playoffs and state meets for the GHSA’s 24 sports. Each school’s eight highest-scoring sports for each gender are counted in the standings.
Marist (Class AAAA), Westminster (AA) and Wesleyan (A) successfully defended their all-sports championships, and Woodward Academy held off rival St. Pius to win the AAA trophy. Public schools Pope (AAAA), Allatoona (AAA) and North Oconee (AA) were in first place in their classifications as late as early May but were overtaken over the final three weeks of the school year. The only public school below the largest classification to win a Directors Cup is Cartersville,