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Old 06-28-2010, 11:46 AM
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I would recommend the Northwest School District. Byron Nelson High School just opened up and is an amazing new high school in the area. Saratoga is a neighborhood that is within your price range and has mid to upper tier housing within the district boundaries.
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Old 10-01-2010, 02:06 PM
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Originally Posted by 5stones View Post
it really depends on what kind of job commute you want or can handle.
The of the areas where you are looking have very good schools. If we know where the job is it will make help you find a good area for both schools and work would be eaiser.
There are some very good smaller districts around here like Argyle, Aledo etc... but don't want to suggest those if they are too far.

I love the Flowermound area, but as others have said if the job is in Ft Worth then the commute could be areal bear. esp with all the construction on 114/121 around DFW.

I would also look at Coppell. esp if the job is in Dallas.

And as well as the Grapevine area as someone else mentioned.
I live in west Flower Mound (the northwest side of the Lake) and can be in Fort Worth in a matter of minutes. Takes longer to get to Dallas. Denton is 15 minutes north. Lewisville 15-20 minutes east.
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Old 12-14-2010, 02:06 PM
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All of the mentioned schools are great. If you are looking for a school with only one race, you won't find it. The race of the students should NOT be an issue. A great school in a great neighborhood is still a great school no matter if there are a mix of races. In this day and age, not being exposed to different cultures is a disadvantage and something you should want to correct quickly so that she doesn't grow up small minded and intolerant. This is what I did with my children and I recently moved from Florida to Allen Texas. My husband is a judge and I am on the school board. Diversity is best!
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