Charlotte’s ever-growing international community has resulted in a growing demand for international grocery stores. These days you can find Asian, Caribbean, African, European, Indian, grocery stores all around the Charlotte area. So if you’ve thought Charlotte is only about grits and barbecue, think again.
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The top 20 ranked public high schools in the Charlotte region for 2021, as ranked by Niche.com. Excellent schools are a major determinant of home values in the Charlotte area and demand for homes in certain neighborhoods. As in prior years, Charlotte, Union County, and York County had the lion’s share of top rated schools. (View the video below for the rankings from 1 to 20 and for each school’s grades.)
Moving up 14 places in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021 Best Places To Live Survey, Charlotte, NC has moved into the Top 10 cities at #6 based on quality of life, job market, desirability, and overall value. Thinking of moving to the greater Charlotte region? Get your free relocation package.
Union County’s public elementary schools in Waxhaw, Weddington, and Marvin continue to be highly ranked in the Charlotte metro area. This should not be a surprise as the Union County Public School System is ranked #3 in North Carolina. 5 out of the top 25 ranked elementary schools in the Charlotte region are in the Waxhaw area.
Ardrey Kell High School in Charlotte’s upscale Ballantyne area once AGAIN has been ranked the #1 BEST PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL in the Charlotte metro area by Niche.com, receiving an A+ grade overall. Ardrey Kell has been ranked in the top 2% of public high schools nationwide and #9 best public high school in the State of North Carolina.