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  2. King Philip Middle School - Wikipedia

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    The building was completed in 1955, and cost $3,446,540.44. It is on 42 acres (170,000 m 2 ), and the building is 186,000 sq ft (17,300 m 2 ). It has a capacity of 700 for elementary students and 830 for middle school, but is presently only used for middle school students.

  3. West Hartford Public Schools - Wikipedia

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    West Hartford Public Schools provides education for West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut, United States . Contents 1 High schools 2 Middle schools 3 Elementary schools 4 Budget 4.1 2021 5 Demographics 6 Controversies 6.1 High School Mascots and Nicknames 6.2 Later high school start times 7 Superintendents 8 References 9 External links

  4. Harford County Public Schools - Wikipedia

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    Schools Elementary schools. There are thirty-three elementary schools in Harford County. Homestead-Wakefield, William Paca/Old Post Road and Youth's Benefit Elementary schools are two-building campuses housing primary students (Kindergarten-2nd Grade) in one building and intermediate students (3rd Grade-5th Grade) in the other building.

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  6. Claxton High School - Wikipedia

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    Claxton High School is a public high school located in Claxton, Georgia, United States. It is a part of the Evans County School District. The current principal is Dr. Paul Mizell. [4] Between 1975 and 1979, students at the school under the direction of B. G. Tippins built and flew a biplane of unique design, the Claxton High School Lil' Rascal ...

  7. Stride, Inc. - Wikipedia

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    Stride, Inc. is an education management organization (EMO) that provides online education designed as an alternative to traditional "brick and mortar" education for public school students from kindergarten to 12th grade (hence its former name), as well as career learning programs.

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  9. Pearson Education - Wikipedia

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    In 2006, Pearson acquired PowerSchool, a student information system, from Apple. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. [14] PowerSchool was a profitable product for Pearson. In 2014, it generated $97 million in revenue and $20 million in operating income. In 2015, Pearson sold PowerSchool to Vista Equity Partners for $350 million cash. [15]