Clark County School District

Written by Posted On Friday, 22 January 2016 12:19

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Clark County School District consists of 350 - 375 schools including charter schools. Students in this district are assigned a school based on their residential location. Students can apply for a transfer to another school and some students who are particularly gifted in certain areas are sometimes encouraged to move to a different school where they can cultivate their talents.

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This school district is in the top 5 largest school districts in the United States. This school district hosts over 300,000 students and employs over 40,000 Nevada residents. These schools hosts a variety of sport, educational, and music and arts programs as well as several Magnet Schools and technical schools. Many special Clark County School Districteducation and secondary education options are offered by this school district as well to insure than everyone receives has access to a great education.

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The main cities included in the Clark County School District is Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, Mesquite, Laughlin, and several other smaller cities. The school district was started in the later 1950’s and is divided by 7 different regions. This school district tries to provide their students with the best facilities, programs, technology, and teachers as possible, but many of these schools are crowded due to the fast growing population of Clark County. Because of this boom, the district had to look outside the state for qualified teachers as there were not enough teachers to fill open teaching positions. Due to the recession, Clark County could not provide the funds needed for new schools to be built to host the growing number of students, but now with the market turning around in Las Vegas and the rest of the county, many are hopeful that construction on new schools will start soon.Clark County School District

Contact your local real estate agent to find out the current status of the Las Vegas real estate market!

The Clark County School District is quite impressive. Most if not all of the busses use special fuel to reduce pollution. Part of the fueling includes used grease from local restaurants, helping to reduce and reuse the valley’s incredibly high grease usage - over twice the national average. As this area does not have the natural resources for fuel, this is an ideal arrangement for the school district. Transportation for students is key as many jobs in Las Vegas have odd hours and parents are not always able to provide their own children with transportation because of their jobs. Another reason why transportation is in such high demand for students is that in the beginning of the school year, the temperatures are still in the 100’s and walking just half a mile to school can be unsafe in such high temperatures. Residents can register for transportation for their children when they register their children for school.

Clark County School DistrictTo learn more about registering and all the different programs that Clark County School District has to offer, visit or call 702-799-5304.

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If you are looking to move to or from this area, you’ve picked a great time! Thanks to many contributing factors, the median home price in the Las Vegas Valley had risen 9% from November 2014 to November 2015. Currently the valley’s median real estate listing price for houses is $220,000. This is the price that has not changed for months. This median real estate listing price was just a few hundred more than the United State’s average real estate listing price for single family homes. Having a median home price above the US national average was a huge milestone for Las Vegas as it showed that the Las Vegas real estate market is healthy and stable again after several years of sky high percentages of foreclosures and short sales. Due to the rising prices, 2015 saw a major decline in investors from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. This is an indication that the market is more stable and that there aren’t as many homes that are being sold for next to nothing.

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