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Old 06-17-2009, 12:02 AM
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i live in portland oregon as of now, but my family wants a new start in life by moving. We have been thinking of the medford area.
I have a 16 year old daughter that has that skater style(skinny jeans, vans, gauges, etc.) Where would she fit in? any apporprate places?
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Old 06-17-2009, 02:30 PM
Location: Vancouvria
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Well, for your own good you should probably firstly know that Medford isn't in the Eugene area! So if you have more questions about it you should look in the Oregon forum, not the Eugene one.

But I can tell you it sounds like she would fit in just about anywhere, from what you described. That particular "skater" style seems pretty big with kids these days. It was when I was in high school too. In Southern Oregon, I'd steer away from Ashland HS, Phoenix HS, and Crater HS. South or North Medford HS or even Grants Pass HS would be alright.

And maybe even Eugene high schools would be appropriate. Good luck!!
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