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Old 02-17-2010, 01:43 PM
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I would like to hear what people think of the Summergrove subdivision, and Newnan. I am somewhat familiar with the Atlanta area, have family in PTC, but haven't looked at Summergrove in about 10 years.

Last time we checked out Summergrove we had one grade schooler, and we really liked what we saw at Newnan Crossing Elementary. Now we have a ninth grader and a sixth grader, so I am concerned about the middle and high schools zoned for Summergrove. Both kids have ADD, so we have to have schools with supportive environments. Both kids are A/B students, but need to have great teachers willing to help them be successful.

Any opinions/advice/info is appreciated!
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