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Old 10-07-2008, 11:35 AM
 
Location: joliet, illinois
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I WONDERED HOW COMMON SNAKES ARE IN LOUISVILLE, ESPESICALLY IN THE YARD I HATE SNAKES, ALL KINDS!!!!

THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS, HIGH SCHOOL

IS THERE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AND THE COST?
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Old 10-07-2008, 02:11 PM
 
Location: Louisville KY Metro area
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keep your grass mowed, snakes won't come a knock'n. My wife hates them too and our home is on a semi-wooded lot.

Yes, there are high schools in the area. but, I am certain your question involved quality. According to the Kentucky Dept of Education, Manual, Male, Ballard, and Eastern are top 25 in the state. Eastern and Ballard are relatively easy to enroll in, but unless you get lucky or know someone, not much chance to get into Manual or Male. Oldham County's three schools are # 3, 8, & 14 according to the same scale used to measure above.

TARC is the only public transportation. $ 1.50 per ride with mostly free transfers. Oldham County is served by TARC express shuttles to downtown.
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Old 10-07-2008, 07:01 PM
 
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keep your grass mowed, snakes won't come a knock'n. My wife hates them too and our home is on a semi-wooded lot.

Yes, there are high schools in the area. but, I am certain your question involved quality. According to the Kentucky Dept of Education, Manual, Male, Ballard, and Eastern are top 25 in the state. Eastern and Ballard are relatively easy to enroll in, but unless you get lucky or know someone, not much chance to get into Manual or Male. Oldham County's three schools are # 3, 8, & 14 according to the same scale used to measure above.

TARC is the only public transportation. $ 1.50 per ride with mostly free transfers. Oldham County is served by TARC express shuttles to downtown.
excellent post tom.
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