HOWELL, Mich., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ — Relocate-America.com, a website that provides relocating consumers access to resources for their upcoming relocation has released its 2007 list of “America’s Top 25 Places to Live to Go to School.”
“Over the past 12 months we have received nominations for thousands of great schools across the country, all vying to be part of the annual list,” said Steve Nickerson , president and CEO. “This year’s main nomination and selection process factors have ranged from school spirit to the number of students going on to higher education and the involvement of teachers in the lives of their students.”
In order to make the list, a school must first be nominated by someone familiar with the community’s benefits. Relocate-America’s editorial team reviews the nominations for compelling reasons that make the community stand out for schools. The top 25 towns were chosen because they offered specialized programs, unique offerings and non-traditional curriculum. Other considerations included communities with strong public schools, private institutions, charter schools and other specialized training schools.
Anyone can nominate a town by visiting http://www.RelocateAmerica.com and completing the questionnaire.
2007 America’s Top 25 Places To Live to Go to School: Mountain Brook, AL Little Rock, AR Chandler, AZ San Jose, CA Colorado Springs, CO Wilmington, DE Jupiter, FL Sarasota, FL Johns Creek, GA Naperville, IL Winnetka, IL Olathe, KS Cape Elizabeth, ME Birmingham, MI Troy, MI Eagan, MN Columbia, MO Asheville, NC Cary, NC Las Vegas, NV Spartanburg, SC Nashville, TN Arlington, VA Bellevue, WA Shoreline, WA
Relocate-America is owned by HomeRoute. HomeRoute is a member of NAR, & the Michigan & Livingston Association of Realtors.
HomeRoute’s corporate office is located in Howell, Michigan and has been providing consumers with the help they need to make wise decisions regarding relocation since 1997. Through its nationwide network of realtor partners, HomeRoute helps serve 250,000 real estate consumers each year. For additional information on HomeRoute, please visit http://www.HomeRoute.com .
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