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June 14, 2012

Jenny asks…

Do you have to go to High School?

You See. I have this dream I am going to be a dance instructor and a studio owner in Brooklyn in Wycolf. I know it’s defenitely possible and is defenitely going to happen. I go to school at Our Lady Of Hope in Middle Village Queens. And was just wondering if I can skip high school and just do that

NO NASTY COMMENTS!!!

Administrator answers:

NY State law says you must attend school till you are 16 years old. It doesn’t say “high school” specifically, but you DO have to be in school till then.

Mark asks…

What is the best Neighborhood in the Borough of Queens in New York?

All I really know about is Rego Park- but in your opinion which is the best in terms of easy access to the city, good community— safe, not run down, places to do stuff- affordable housing, etc….

Thanks! =)

I got a list of the neighborhoods:
Arverne • Astoria • Astoria Heights • Auburndale • Bayside • Bayswater • Bay Terrace • Beechhurst • Bellaire • Belle Harbor • Bellerose • Blissville • Boulevard Gardens • Breezy Point • Briarwood • Broad Channel • Broadway-Flushing • Cambria Heights • College Point • Corona • Ditmars • Douglaston • Dutch Kills • East Elmhurst • Edgemere • Electchester • Elmhurst • Far Rockaway • Floral Park • Flushing • Forest Hills • Forest Hills Gardens • Fresh Meadows • Fresh Pond • Glendale • Glen Oaks • Hamilton Beach • Hammels • Hillcrest • Hollis • Hollis Hills • Holliswood • Howard Beach • Howard Park • Hunters Point • Jackson Heights • Jamaica • Jamaica Estates • Jamaica Hills • Kew Gardens • Kew Gardens Hills • Laurelton • LeFrak City • Linden Hill • Lindenwood • Little Neck • Locust Manor • Long Island City • Malba • Maspeth • Meadowmere • Middle Village • Murray Hill • Neponsit • North Corona • North Shore Towers • Oakland Gardens • Old Howard Beach • Ozone Park • Pomonok • Queensbridge • Queens Village • Ramblersville • Ravenswood • Rego Park • Richmond Hill • Ridgewood • Rochdale • Rockaway • Rockaway Beach • Rockaway Park • Rockwood Park • Rosedale • Roxbury • St. Albans • Seaside • South Jamaica • South Ozone Park • Springfield Gardens • Sunnyside • Sunnyside Gardens • Tudor Village • Utopia • Whitestone • Willets Point • Woodhaven • Woodside

Administrator answers:

For my money, the best neighborhood for a regular person, with a combination of good housing stock, safety, and quick access to Manhattan, is Sunnyside.

Thomas asks…

Juniper Valley Park by public transportation?

In Middle Village, Queens
I live in Elmhurst, NYC if this helps.
Any local buses or subway station?
thanks in advance! :)

Administrator answers:

Fixed:
If you live near (7) or Queens Center Mall:
Take Q29 bus to Dry Harbor Rd & 63rd Dr and Juniper Blvd S.

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