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Ethnic diverse neighborhoods in Pittsburgh suburbs

Posted 02-26-2021 at 05:46 PM by QriousQ

Originally Posted by Independentthinking83 View Post
Why not look at a surrounding county?
We were looking at other school districts in 2019 but decided on North Allegheny school district considering the percentage of Asians studying at the school. I don't really know how much of those would be Indians. My oldest is very color conscious (sorry to bring this topic up) and she says she is scared of people who are not white..imagine us on our trip to India...with people of all shades other than white
Anyway..we finalized on north allegheny school district also because of their rigorous curriculum..
USC was added to our list when a colleague at work praised their curriculum. We see new homes coming up in Hampton and Allison Park as well, but are not sure about the ethnic diversity..
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