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Old 06-04-2010, 10:32 AM
 
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My wife and I are thinking about moving to New Berlin. We just started house hunting a few weeks ago. Based on our very limited research, the public schools in New Berlin are considered pretty decent in general. My question is - can someone help us better understand the differences among the schools? Like:

New Berlin West vs. Eisenhower
Ronald Regan vs. Orchard Lane vs. Glen Park vs. Elmwood vs. Poplar Creek

We heard rumors like school A is better than school B, etc. I'm just wondering how much of a difference there is. Negligible in selecting subdivisions, or not?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 06-10-2010, 03:39 PM
 
Location: Scottsdale now/WI before
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My wife and I are thinking about moving to New Berlin. We just started house hunting a few weeks ago. Based on our very limited research, the public schools in New Berlin are considered pretty decent in general. My question is - can someone help us better understand the differences among the schools? Like:

New Berlin West vs. Eisenhower
Ronald Regan vs. Orchard Lane vs. Glen Park vs. Elmwood vs. Poplar Creek

We heard rumors like school A is better than school B, etc. I'm just wondering how much of a difference there is. Negligible in selecting subdivisions, or not?

Thanks in advance!
I don't believe there is enough difference between them to concern yourselves with this. Besides staff changes happen so often it's hard to predict one year to the next. Just pick a good neighborhood!
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