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Building in sought-after school districts

September 1, 2021

McGuinn Hybrid Homes has been building homes throughout the Columbia, South Carolina market for over 30 years. Part of our success comes from the commitment to building homes and communities that meet the ever-changing needs of homebuyers. One thing that likely won’t change for homeowners is the desire to live in a highly rated school district, where their kids can earn a quality education. Learn more about the districts McGuinn Hybrid Homes purposefully places our communities in below. 

Kershaw County School District

In the quiet town of Camden, South Carolina, students attend the highly rated Kershaw County School District. This public school system ranks highly for academics, teachers, diversity, college prep, sports and more. 

Coming soon to the Kershaw County School district is a new phase of Kendall Lake Walk, a family-friendly community located in the heart of Camden. This charming neighborhood features one-story, new-construction homes influenced by the historic, southern architecture that’s so apparent throughout the small town. Choose from three floor plans, ranging in size from 1,158 to 1,700 square feet and starting in the high $100s.  

Richland School District No. 1

Richland School District No. 1 is a public school system located in Columbia, South Carolina. The schools rank highly for their various student activities, diversity, administration, sports, teachers, resources and facilities. 

McGuinn Hybrid Homes sold out of two new-construction communities within this sought-after school district: Honey Tree and Harbison Grove, a functional townhome community. 

Richland School District No. 2 

Located in Columbia, Richland School District No. 2 is the third-best school district in the greater Columbia area. With a diverse student population, various clubs and activities, a highly rated administration and excellent academics and athletics, families flock to homes within the boundaries of this sought-after district. 

Lexington County School District No. 5

Rated as the best school district in the Columbia area and the second-best school district in the entire state, Lexington County School District No. 5 has created an even bigger draw to living in Irmo, South Carolina. The district has achieved top ratings across the board, with the highest possible score in the categories of teachers, clubs and activities, administration and food. Additionally, it’s the best place to teach in South Carolina, which means your children will be learning from enthusiastic and encouraging teachers. 

Lexington County School District No. 1  

Serving the families of Lexington, South Carolina is Lexington County School District No. 1. Ranked as the second-best school district in the greater Columbia area, this public school system is highly rated across all categories, including academics, teachers, diversity, college prep, club and activities, athletics, administration and more. 

McGuinn Hybrid Homes built four new-construction communities within this sought-after school district in the past. Cannon Springs, Mariner’s Creek, Roosters Run and Colony Lake were ideal neighborhoods for families looking to live in a top-notch school district. 

Find the perfect neighborhood for your family 

Location plays an important role in your decision to purchase a home, and school districts can top the list of priorities for families with student-aged children. McGuinn Hybrid Homes takes this need into consideration when deciding on the best places for new-construction communities. If there aren’t available homes in your preferred district, learn about our build on your lot program. To find the perfect energy-efficient home in a thoughtful location for your family, contact our team today. 

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