From Lynchburg Christian Academy: The Virginia High School League (VHSL) and Liberty Christian Academy (LCA) jointly announce that they have reached a settlement of their antitrust lawsuit. The VHSL Executive Committee approved the terms of the agreement in a meeting on May 7, and today the agreement passed a review by the full membership of the VHSL at a special meeting held at Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville. LCA’s Board of Trustees likewise approved the agreement. As a result of the agreement, all non-boarding schools in Virginia will be permitted to apply for membership in the VHSL, and LCA will join the VHSL and compete as a regular member eligible for playoffs starting in August of 2015.
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LCA will eventually have the full benefits of required scheduled against member schools in the Seminole District. Initially, this requirement will yield for previous scheduling. LCA will be eligible to complete in playoffs within its appropriate conference (Conference 23 which includes Amherst, Charlottesville, E.C. Glass, Jefferson Forest and George Washington of Danville) and region (the 4A West).