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Old 02-11-2011, 09:22 AM
 
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Hello we are exploring our options on looking to reside in South Florida, we got an offer on our home in Mexico Beach and our house isnt for sale BUT its a hell of a price so we are selling LOL!!! The thing is we also live in Atlanta and our kids go to school here in Atlanta (Suwanee,Ga) which its a great district public schools. My questions are these 1. Im reading about District A etc what is that how its ranked? What areas in South FL are good public schhols we have 2 in elementary and 2 in highschool...Ive been reading your threads and fins there are some great public schools in Cooper City Im all ears and cant wait for this next journey in our lives as far as jobs my husband is retired and I own a business with my ex husband and yep we are still partners. We want can spend on another home approx 500 to 650,000... Of course we need 5 bedrooms lol if those even exist...Ok chime in let me know oh what we really enjoy in our Fla home is that we have clean nice beaches and dont want to live to far away we are coming to South Fla in April my sister in law lives in Fort Meyers lovely but beach its kinda far... Help on any neighborhoods that are family friendly........

Much appreicated have a awesome day
Oh does South Fla have mild winters random question but in Mexico beach its down right coldfor me along with Atlanta...............I really want warm winters...................
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Old 02-11-2011, 03:43 PM
 
Location: Cooper City, FL transplanted from MD
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Hey Nicole,

We just relocated from Baltimore to Cooper City. I have 2 kids in elementary school. We have been pleased with the schools and I was a teacher in Baltimore before we moved. In Balto. I had my kids in private school. The elementary school is HUGE but my kids have adjusted. We live in Embassy Lakes and bought a 5 bedroom house so they do exist.

Good Luck!
Michelle
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Old 02-11-2011, 06:45 PM
 
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Thanks Michelle!! We are actually getting ready to make a road trip for a week and just ge LOST LOL!!! Im excited but just want to make sure we find nice schools for the kids and Im so glad homes 5 plus bedrooms exist
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Old 02-12-2011, 06:37 PM
 
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Default Education

Whenever people ask about schools, I always refer them to the US Chamber of Commerce state by state report on education. Of course locals will always sing the praises of their schools but I find objective third party research to be more truthful.
see the report here: U.S. Chamber of Commerce | Fighting For Your Business
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Old 04-11-2011, 08:19 PM
 
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ps, winters we are usually blessed with warmer weather. We had a few cold spells only.
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Old 04-12-2011, 06:02 AM
 
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Have you considered living in Palm Beach County? I am partial to Jupiter (I live here currently) and if I could live any place in SoFl it would be here. We are moving to Broward for work and while I am excited about a bigger city I don't think you can compete with North PBC in terms of family friendly and school districts.
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