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$450-500k household income and a one year old, where would you live and how much would you spend?

Posted 04-10-2023 at 08:32 AM by Citylife666

Originally Posted by Pandermonium View Post
Did you Mean their public schools are better than every othet private schools? The public school here has 10 1st grade homerooms, more than a little overburdened. Chappaqua parents are telling me their kids have no homework, and the advanced kids arent challenged. I feel education as extremely important, and no old money here sadly. Though it would be nice. Maybe in High school the public schools start to outperform, but they need a solid base to get there.

I see people driving 100k luxury cars and 800k mcmansion yet choose a public school. I just don't get it
I don’t think elementary schools in particular are that much different in the city vs. suburbs (given your are zoned for good schools in the city, of course). My daughter went to a private school in K (we didn’t like the schools attitude but academics were solid), then gifted and talented program (although our zoned school was also very good and rated 9/10). Now my daughter is in Greenvale. She still does extra math and she naturally reads a lot. I wouldn’t say that Greenvale is so much better than our other schools. I definitely like it and there are less kids in the class. I don’t know how Scarsdale or Chappaqua district schools compare to that.
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