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Old 04-22-2007, 09:14 PM
 
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If anybody on here's from the Martin, Union City, or South Fulton, TN area. I'd like your opinion on Martin's, and South Fulton's highschools. Which one do you think is better? Better teachers, not too crowded, just a nice school overall?

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Old 04-22-2007, 10:41 PM
 
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If anybody on here's from the Martin, Union City, or South Fulton, TN area. I'd like your opinion on Martin's, and South Fulton's highschools. Which one do you think is better? Better teachers, not too crowded, just a nice school overall?
Hello, Kaygirl05. I am not very familiar with NW Tennessee, but as a Tennessee citizen I have a strong hunch that Martin has the better school system. I say this because it is a college town and I have known several instances wherein a working relationship between colleges and local school systems has resulted in an enhancement in the quality of education in the high schools. I could be wrong in this case, but I think the idea has merit. And in no way do I mean to denigrate the other towns you mentioned. I hope that someone with more knowledge than I have will respond. Best wishes to you in your endeavors.
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Old 04-23-2007, 02:05 AM
 
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thanks, you could be right about that. I never thought about it like that.
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