FOR SALE In Broadneck High School District

Dated: 05/14/2013

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Frustrated that you need to move, but want to stay within your child's school district.  Trouble finding a website that allows you to search by school district?  You can now search by the boundary lines for your child's school, at www.homesearchbyschooldistrict.com. Newsweek ranked Broadneck High school in one of the top 1000 schools in the nation, coming in at No. 722.  Broadneck High School, Home of the Bruins, lies within the Beautiful Community of Annapolis, serving Arnold and Severna Park Residents.  There are currently 213 Homes for Sale that will feed to Broadneck High School.  They range from $146,000 to $7,500,000.  Please visit this link to see all the home details: goo.gl/NS1fp.  To Schedule a showing for any home, call Suzanne with The Newman Group at 443-822-5919. Search for homes on www.Suzanne.ThinkNewman.com or search by school district at www.HomeSearchbySchoolDistrict.com Feel free to further research the school location and ratings at www.greatschools.org or www.mdreportcard.org.

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