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Old 02-12-2016, 09:52 AM
 
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I will be moving to the Winston Salem area this coming summer and I have been looking into family friendly neighborhoods with good schools. I have found some terrific recommendations for Clemmons and Clemmons WEST as family friendly and I really like that area. I do see that that Clemmons middle school isn't rated very high so I am concerned because my son will begin middle school next year. I've also looked into Lewisville which seems to have very high schools and very low housing costs. I'm confused because usually the two don't go together. I would really like some opinions on the Lewisville area as to whether or not it would be a good fit for a big family who is looking for good schools and hopefully homes with at least a quarter acre that are around $200,000. We are planning a trip to North Carolina next month but I was curious if I should waste my time looking in the Lewisville area or continue searching in Clemmons. I'd appreciate any feedback. Thank
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Old 02-12-2016, 01:17 PM
 
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Lewisville is certainly worth a look. Lewisville and Clemmons are adjacent to one another, of course, and I'm pretty sure most of Lewisville is zoned for Meadowlark Middle, which is generally listed as one of the (if not THE) best middle school in the system. But then again I have never heard anything particularly bad about Clemmons Middle either.

If I were you, I'd check out the whole Clemmons/Lewisville area, and maybe even extend my search up into Pfafftown.
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Old 02-14-2016, 03:46 PM
 
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Lewisville is certainly worth a look. Lewisville and Clemmons are adjacent to one another, of course, and I'm pretty sure most of Lewisville is zoned for Meadowlark Middle, which is generally listed as one of the (if not THE) best middle school in the system. But then again I have never heard anything particularly bad about Clemmons Middle either.

If I were you, I'd check out the whole Clemmons/Lewisville area, and maybe even extend my search up into Pfafftown.
Any of the westside Forsyth County clusters are good, but Lewisville Elementary/Meadowlark Middle is about the best.
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