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Old 02-23-2012, 01:29 PM
Location: Summerville
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Originally Posted by preparing2move View Post
Here are the links to the greatschools.org ratings of Dorchester 2 school district (Summerville) and mt. pleasant school district. You can see for yourself. There are also great community feedback ratings/comments as well. Its a great comparison when trying to decide which district is the better choice for your family.

Dorchester 2 School District

Dorchester 02 School District in Summerville, SC | GreatSchools

Mount Pleasant School District

GreatSchools.org Search: mount pleasant
Mount Pleasant is not a school district they are in CCSD, that is Charleston County School District, a nearly 100 mile long district that covers a good portion of the coast line of SC...

Here is the one for CCSD:

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Old 02-23-2012, 01:36 PM
Location: South Carolina
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Sorry about that... I meant "Mount Pleasant" schools themselves. You can see for yourself the ratings that Mount Pleasant schools get. I agree, the schools OUTSIDE of Mount Pleasant (In CCSD are not so great, as the scores show). You cannot rate Mount Pleasant schools from the "CCSD" scores. There is NO comparison. Don't you agree?
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Old 02-23-2012, 01:46 PM
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It really is important when looking at school standings and scores to review subcatagories. My children came home with a mandatory notification letter because the school didn't meet all standards. All standards were met other than the subcatagory "student with disabilities" for reading and mathematics, which prompted a notification. Are they expecting schools, teachers and children with disabilities to walk on water? Standard and expectations are fine but it isn't fine to be unrealistic.
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