You can select an Accountability and Overview Report or a Comprehensive Information Report for each school.
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Rey Hollingsworth Falu
Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker
Houlihan Lawrence - Bronxville
First let me compliment the other Real Estate Professionals for providing references and information sources to the answer to your questions.
Unfortunately, their answers are a tad vague, but with good reason. The United States Department of Justice's Fair housing act prohibits "Steering'. If a realtor provides school information directly to a consumer, it is possible (and likely) they they could be accused of discrimination. I am a broker in the village of Bronxville, and have served the village and surrounding area for many years. If I were to share my thoughts, opinions or even facts abiut the schools in any community, I could potentially lose my license.
Where does that leave you? I would suggest that in addition to the previous correspondants' suggestions, you call the school in whatever community in which you are interested and schedule a visit. In addition, take some time and observe the activity around the schools. Take a stroll through the neighborhoods in which you may be interested and check the "Vibes". Call the local media for them to weigh in. Take to the Internet and search for articles regarding the particular school system in which you are interest.
Most importantly, contact friends, aquaintences, coworkers and other people that have earned your trust in the area for their opinions.
Best of Luck,
Robert Granata, Associate Broker
4 Valley Road
Bronxville, NY 10708
Direct Line 914 668-9514
FAX 914 307-1684
It provides information on schools, crime stats almost everything you would want to know about a neighborhood. Just do a search by zip code
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