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Old 09-15-2014, 09:23 AM
 
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Default Woolwich Twp or East Greenwich in Gloucester county

Hello, I'm looking for feedback on both Woolwich Township and East Greenwich Township as far as community and schools. My husband and I visited the whole southern Gloucester County area and aesthetically, we are looking at these two townships in particular. We didn't like the Franklinville area or Logan Township - just not as nice and looked more run down. I realize they are growing and therefore, elementary schools are too, but I have heard both districts have adjusted well and provide solid academics. Can anyone confirm this? I have heard Kingsway HS is crowded but we will be sending our kids to private high school. How are community sports? My daughter plays lacrosse - does the area have a youth program? I appreciate your feedback and if any residents living in Woolwich or East Greenwich have any other advice, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thank you
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Old 09-16-2014, 03:45 PM
 
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Hello, I'm looking for feedback on both Woolwich Township and East Greenwich Township as far as community and schools. My husband and I visited the whole southern Gloucester County area and aesthetically, we are looking at these two townships in particular. We didn't like the Franklinville area or Logan Township - just not as nice and looked more run down. I realize they are growing and therefore, elementary schools are too, but I have heard both districts have adjusted well and provide solid academics. Can anyone confirm this? I have heard Kingsway HS is crowded but we will be sending our kids to private high school. How are community sports? My daughter plays lacrosse - does the area have a youth program? I appreciate your feedback and if any residents living in Woolwich or East Greenwich have any other advice, I'd greatly appreciate it! Thank you
Use the "search this forum" function. there are numerous posts on here from a poster who lives in the area. He hasn't posted recently, though.
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Old 09-16-2014, 06:11 PM
 
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I don't know much about their elementary schools, but I can confirm that Kingsway is crowded and an average school. As for private high schools, I know that both Archmere Academy and Tower Hill in Delaware both rank nationally as great schools and have a bus from Mullica Hill.
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