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Old 02-12-2007, 11:52 AM
 
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We are considering moving out of NJ and one of the most important things is the school system. Once we actually make the move my daugther will be starting high school and my son will be starting middle school

We have some family members that just moved into the Greensboro area zip 27410 and they love it but they have a baby so not looking at the schools yet.

Any suggestions which zip code has the better school systems in the Greensboro area?

Thanks
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Old 02-12-2007, 12:47 PM
 
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We are considering moving out of NJ and one of the most important things is the school system. Once we actually make the move my daugther will be starting high school and my son will be starting middle school

We have some family members that just moved into the Greensboro area zip 27410 and they love it but they have a baby so not looking at the schools yet.

Any suggestions which zip code has the better school systems in the Greensboro area?

Thanks
Hi I live in jersey also (burlington county) I don't have children but from all that I have read and researched, the nw side of greensboro (27410) is the best place to live and where the better schools are. I have friend who sister live in this zip code and she is a teacher. At what school I don't know but this is THE AREA to be in. Hope this helps. Take care.
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Old 02-17-2007, 08:04 PM
 
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North of Greensboro you have the smaller communites of Oakridge,
Summerfield, Stokesdale, and then Rockingham county communities
these are smaller, more country settings
Then you hit the Virginia line, Close enough to drive to work to Greensboro or Winston and then go home to the peace of country living
We moved to Rockingham County 10 years ago just for the schools, in my opinion there is no contest
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