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Aside from location, one of the most important things to consider when moving to a new community with your family are the educational opportunities present. Wanting to equip your child for the challenges of the real world is of utmost importance. And learning that goes beyond the four walls of a classroom is something that is in abundance in Whidbey Island.

Real estate in Whidbey Island is perfect for families with school-age children. With the plethora of recreational venues, natural surroundings, and history, your children's in-school learning is supplemented by real life experience.

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Let me assist you with your search for Whidbey Island real estate in the community that best matches the needs of your family. There are many Whidbey Island homes for sale located just a stone's throw away from good schools.

The island is catered to by three public school districts - South Whidbey School District, Oak Harbor School District, and Coupeville School District. The Oak Harbor School District covers the area of Oak Harbor while the needs of students in Coupeville and Greenbank are met by the Coupeville School District, and the southern end of the island Freeland, Langely, and Clinton students are served by the South Whidbey School District. Besides public education, there are a handful of private educational institutions on the island including Whidbey Island Waldorf School and North Whidbey Christian High School.

Those who are interested in pursuing higher education can attend Skagit Valley College or any of the universities and colleges in nearby Seattle.

Give me a call today at (360) 678-2095 and get a head start on your children's future.


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