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Old 05-31-2010, 02:48 PM
 
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Henry Clay is a great school, a few of my friends from there went on to Carnegie Mellon, MIT, etc.

The Academy really busts kids asses, but gets them prepared for big things!

Compare that to NO Ivy Leaguers or big name private schools from my Jessamine Co. graduating class.
Not a surprise. Jessamine County is not known for it's education - doesn't really matter if it's private or not.
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Old 06-06-2010, 08:09 AM
 
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Yes, I think that Dunbar is the best high school in Lexington, in my opinion they would be ranked like this:

Dunbar
Lafayette
Henry Clay
Tates Creek
Bryan Station

Wait a second, I was thinking of marching band ;-) (no, seriously, Dunbar IS a great school). It's funny, just the other day here in Chicopee, Massachusetts I happened to walk out of a Stop-N-Shop (that's our Kroger's) and there was a "Dunbar" armored vehicle (used to pick up / drop off cash). I had a HUGE smile on my face, and no one even knew why
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Old 06-06-2010, 02:56 PM
 
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Not a surprise. Jessamine County is not known for it's education - doesn't really matter if it's private or not.
Obviously wherever they taught you reading comprehension doesn't do a good job either

Nah, just trollin :P But really. We still send a load of kids to the state universities, we also have a lot of rural students though.
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