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Old 05-28-2008, 10:23 PM
 
Location: Apex, North Carolina [Shepherds Vineyard Subdivision]
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I have already previously on this site asked a few questions about the difference in terrain regarding Oldham County compared to Floyds Knobs in Indiana. Now after more research on homes, schools, ect., I have a new question. I can't believe that the "people" would be any different, but on several school reviews from different sites, we have read that even though they LOVE their schools and their teachers, facilities, curriculum, the new people did say that there seemed to be an inner circle that did not make it easy for newbies to be excepted. So basically sounding like a bit of snobbyish attitudes may prevail? Several also said that there is a old school way of teaching, which we actually have no problem with a school being strict, teaching manors and respect, we actually prefer it. So anyone out there who lives in that area, or has children that go to those schools who can tell us the full scoop? I will post this on the Indiana Forum too. We have a upcoming 1st grader and 6th grader. Thanks in advance!
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Old 05-29-2008, 04:18 AM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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As for OC, your timing is perfect with a first and sixth grader as these are the change times. All OC elementary schools are being redistricted, so your first grader won't be alone in change. Your sixth grader will be a first year middle schooler, so the whole crew will be in a change mode.

I will never suggest that some snobbery doesn't exist in any school because it's a bit like our new puppies merging into the family. Just a few natural social dances...
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