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I need help determining what to do for Rockridge High School in Taylor, IL. On the school website I noticed the Jr. High School has the same address. The Jr./Sr High School has the same Principal and VP. However, each has their own Student Handbook, and none of the core teachers overlap. They also refer to themselves as two different schools (within one building). Should I classify this as a General School, or put two different points (one for the Jr. High portion, and one for the Senior High Portion)? Thank you in advance.

asked 18 Sep '17, 11:56

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If you have confirmed that there are indeed two distinct schools operating out of a single building, then you should include a point on the map for each school.

It sounds like you have enough evidence to warrant placing two points on that one building to represent each school. If you can, try to do a little extra research to determine which side of the building houses the high school, and which side houses the middle school, and place the points accordingly.

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answered 18 Sep '17, 14:10

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