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Old 05-20-2008, 12:19 PM
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we are moving in july to the levittown, langhorne, fairless hills, etc. area in July. We want to be closer for my husband to commute to work in trenton with paying the high nj taxes anymore. We have 2 kids so we are looking for a family enviroment with great schools. I know this area has some of the best schools around. Do any of them have full day kindergarten. If so can you please let me know which school districts. Thanks for the help.
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Old 05-20-2008, 10:33 PM
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I would suggest you just Google the school districts and check. In order of quality:

Central Bucks SD
New Hope-Solebury SD
Council Rock SD
Palisades SD
Quakertown Community SD
Penn Ridge SD
Pennsbury SD
Centennial SD
Neshaminy SD
Bristol Borough SD
Bensalem Township SD
Morrisville Borough SD
Bristol Township SD
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Old 05-21-2008, 09:01 PM
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FYI..if you're Catholic, a lot of the local Catholic schools are similar in quality to the public elementary schools, plus they have all day and before/after care programs, as well as inexpensive full summer care.

Check out Queen of the Universe to see that school's offerings, as well as Holy Trinity in Morrisville.
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