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Old 01-07-2011, 06:37 PM
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My 9 y/o son is very bright (and his 6 y/o sister is also an academic achiever) and I've recently come to understand that he is really not being challenged enough at school, particularly in the areas of math and reading.

I will have to move this summer due to divorce and am looking to move closer to NYC (currently in South Jersey). I've scoured the boards and it sounds like the best schools are in Summit, Millburn, Short Hills & Westfield.

Between alimony & employment I'm hoping to be able to bring in about 80k after taxes, and I'd probably be renting (because I'm thinking theres no way I could afford to buy), would there be a place for me to live in any of these towns that would allow me to send my kids to these schools?

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