This sounds similar to Chatham County, at least for the early college. I teach at the early college and alternative high school in Siler City, it's two programs in one building. Both programs serve kids from the entire county. Our early college kids are not allowed to play sports for any of the traditional high schools, and are not counted on those ADM numbers. Our alternative school kids are allowed to play sports for the traditional high schools based on the district they live in, as long as they meet the same eligibility requirements the traditional school kids have to meet. I'm not 100% sure, but I think if we get a kid from one of the three traditional schools that plays a sport at the that school, that kid goes on our headcount, not the traditional school. The timing of when we get the kid, or kids, could effect ADM's also. I would guess it's similar in most counties that have an alternative track that operates in a separate building from the traditional schools.