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Old 05-12-2007, 10:23 PM
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I lived in Columbia in 02-03, so am somewhat familiar with the schools, but have been gone awhile. When I lived there my daughter attended Lee, which we actually were happy with, but we were planning to move into the Hickman school zone. Now, we may be heading back and I am reconsidering as my daughter will be in 7th grade next year(son in 4th). I have heard what the good elementary/middle/jr. highs are, and most seem to end up at Hickman. I have heard good things about Hickman from parents who have had kids attend.

I have also heard alot of people talk about SW, which is the area we used to live. When I lived there I heard mostly that RBHS has mostly rich, snobby kids. We definitely aren't wealthy, and will be looking for a home in the 165K-180K range. I like the SW area, but I don't want my kids to be in a snobby place, which was one reason we didn't want them to attend Mill Creek(no offense, but that is what we heard).

Any thoughts?
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