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Old 02-20-2012, 07:26 AM
 
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We are moving to Oldham Co from Jefferson Co for schools. We have two great houses picked out (however our favorite is south of 71), but with different schools. We are trying to find how big a difference there is between the two areas. As in both well rounded education, teachers teach more than they discipline etc....

North of 71 house our kids would go to Goshen at Hillcrest and NOM and NOHS.
South of 71 house our kids would go to Centerfield, East Oldham Middle, and Oldham Middle.

And if anyone knows how easy it is to transfer schools if we find one doesn't fit.

Thanks for your help!!!!
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Old 02-20-2012, 12:24 PM
 
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We are moving to Oldham Co from Jefferson Co for schools. We have two great houses picked out (however our favorite is south of 71), but with different schools. We are trying to find how big a difference there is between the two areas. As in both well rounded education, teachers teach more than they discipline etc....

North of 71 house our kids would go to Goshen at Hillcrest and NOM and NOHS.
South of 71 house our kids would go to Centerfield, East Oldham Middle, and Oldham Middle.

And if anyone knows how easy it is to transfer schools if we find one doesn't fit.

Thanks for your help!!!!
Tomocox is our Oldham expert. He'll chime in soon. In general, north Oldham is probably slightly better. However in reality, all the schools in Oldham are good, so really just choose your dream home, and the school will be fine. From what I understand, it is not too much trouble to transfer schools.
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Old 02-20-2012, 04:17 PM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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Tomocox is our Oldham expert. He'll chime in soon. In general, north Oldham is probably slightly better. However in reality, all the schools in Oldham are good, so really just choose your dream home, and the school will be fine. From what I understand, it is not too much trouble to transfer schools.
Chiming in.... Thanks STX.

There are three high schools in Oldham County. Each offer outstanding educational opportunities for students who wish to achieve. You won't be disappointed by any of the schools.

If you are an actively involved parent, odds are your child will excel.

Regarding transfer between schools. Not as easy as 1, 2, 3, but possible. Oldham County will not transport a student from one school district to another, even if the buses from another district actually use the road in front of your home.
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Old 02-20-2012, 06:43 PM
 
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Great. Thanks so much for the info!
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