Fort Mill Schools Surpass Average

Dated: 10/12/2016

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We wanted to take a minute to highlight our Fort Mill area schools.  If you are thinking of making a move in the near future and schools are at the top of your list, we have great news and information regarding the Fort Mill schools class of 2016.  Not only did this class surpass on ACT scores at the state level but they also surpassed it on the national level.  Something else to keep in mind is that this test score is also something colleges can check when reviewing student applications. This article is full of more information regarding these tests and scores.  Great read!

Congratulations to both our teachers and students on this accomplishment!  This is just one example of the level our schools are operating on and we are very proud of them and their accomplishment.  The future is bright for this class and the classes to come.

For more information on this and more, contact us today so we can help you find the best area for your upcoming move!

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Tony Swainey

As owner of Tony Swainey & Co, my passion is to sell your home bringing you the largest return on your investment, in the least amount of time possible and make it an experience so exceptional that yo....

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