I've decided

  1. 0 Thanks to those who put their input on the board. I researched both schools and they both had 95% pass rates to them or better, as well as good reputations. So, it came down to driving time and my husband brought in the variable of the winter drive. To get to the state college I have to go up Sandstone mountain and the drive would be pretty bad. So, I am going with the college with the easier drive and the shorter distance. The clinics may be further away, but the drive is still flat. It will be better for my family as well. I would hate to have to commute two hours total instead of one as that takes time away from my kids and my studies. Anyway, thanks for trying to help me decide.

    Angie
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    Sandstone Mountain is a bear. I'd definately choose a flatter route.


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