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Old 09-27-2017, 08:14 PM
 
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Another Ohio school district that may work is the Wyoming City SD outside of Cincinnati. It is one of the best school districts in the state, it has a substantial Black population(about 12-13% of district residents) and its Black median household income is around $84,000(2010-2014 info). It also is outside of the South, but isn't in an area that usually gets "too cold".

You also have the Pickerington Local and Gahanna-Jefferson school districts outside of Columbus that have demographics and are a pair of good districts in the state. Columbus is also a capital city, which may help in terms of employment.
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Old 09-28-2017, 03:23 AM
 
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Another Ohio school district that may work is the Wyoming City SD outside of Cincinnati. It is one of the best school districts in the state, it has a substantial Black population(about 12-13% of district residents) and its Black median household income is around $84,000(2010-2014 info). It also is outside of the South, but isn't in an area that usually gets "too cold".

You also have the Pickerington Local and Gahanna-Jefferson school districts outside of Columbus that have demographics and are a pair of good districts in the state. Columbus is also a capital city, which may help in terms of employment.
Just to specify in regards to Wyoming(OH), it actually appears that in the eastern/NE portion of the city/school district closer to Lockland and Lincoln Heights(the first primarily Black self governing municipality north of the Mason-Dixon), there are some highly to predominantly Black(but diverse) residential blocks and with some walkability. So, if you are looking into that city/school district, that may be an area to look into.

It isn't far from its middle and high schools as well.

Just to compare, Wyoming's overall median household income($108,346 according to 2010-2014 info) isn't much lower than that of Mountain Brook(the most affluent suburb in Birmingham).

More: District Profile - Wyoming City Schools

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Old 09-28-2017, 07:06 AM
 
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Just to specify in regards to Wyoming(OH), it actually appears that in the eastern/NE portion of the city/school district closer to Lockland and Lincoln Heights(the first primarily Black self governing municipality north of the Mason-Dixon), there are some highly to predominantly Black(but diverse) residential blocks and with some walkability. So, if you are looking into that city/school district, that may be an area to look into.

It isn't far from its middle and high schools as well.

Just to compare, Wyoming's overall median household income($108,346 according to 2010-2014 info) isn't much lower than that of Mountain Brook(the most affluent suburb in Birmingham).

More: District Profile - Wyoming City Schools
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Old 10-09-2017, 06:12 PM
 
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I really appreciate all the information that has been given. I will definitely look into all the areas mentioned and again, I really appreciate the information and the kind words. I will keep you all posted.
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