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Rockford area schools, of independent school district 883, is based in Rockford, MN, and serves a student population of 729 elementary school students, 369 middle school students, and 505 high school students. With a variety of classes and extra-curricular activities included, such as band, choir, marching band, concert jazz, and many AP classes. There are also a variety of athletic options available for students at all level, making Rockford 883 a popular choice for families that are house-hunting in the Minneapolis suburbs for potential homes for sale.
With its self-described message of, “A tradition of excellence, one student at a time,” the Rockford, MN, area school district serves students of all ages, and even offers some continuing education options for adults in the Rockford, MN, area. Of primary concern to many families looking to buy a house in the Twin Cities suburban region, school districts factor importantly into real estate considerations. An experienced Minneapolis area real estate agent with knowledge of the local market, including the suburban areas served by Rockford 883, can help you make the right house buying decision for you and your family.
While Rockford itself is a small, idyllic hamlet within Wright and Hennepin Counties, there are many independent and public schools that serves the larger Rockford area and its surrounding townships. Ironically, one of the largest benefits of Rockford 883 is its small size. With a focused approach in serving students, the schools of Rockford 883 have the opportunity to maintain smaller class sizes while still providing high-quality academics to area students. What’s more, extra-curricular activities hosted by Rockford 883 are many, ensuring that active families with children interested in sports or the arts have ample opportunity to participate in school and community events and organizations.
For those looking to relocate to the Minneapolis area and are in search of affordable housing, who may need the help of a top reviewed real estate agent in the Twin Cities suburban region, look no further than the Doyle Real Estate Team, who are eager to help you achieve your homeownership goals in Minnesota. If top rated school districts factor into your search to buy a home then Rockford is surely a potential option that can serve students, families, and adults continuing their education.
For more information on buying a house, condo, or townhome that is served by the up and coming Rockford 883 school district, contact an experienced, reviewed real estate agent at the Doyle Real Estate Team and begin your housing search for 2017. With selling season just around the corner in spring and summer, now is the ideal time to learn more about your house-buying options in Hennepin and Wright Counties, especially if you’re trying to buy a home in the Minneapolis area and favor affordability and commuting access to the hustle and bustle of the Twin Cities region.
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Low: 1,056 sq. ft.
High: 6,137 sq. ft.
|3,788 sq. ft.||$183 per sq. ft.|
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