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Date Posted: 19:44:56 07/22/17 Sat
In reply to: Needs to be easy to get to. 's message, "Dance school recommendations near Boston College?" on 16:19:54 07/22/17 Sat

Goulding is a great competitive school. Amazing teams. Small enough to you will be noticed in class, but big enough that it is successful. Classes are in Medford

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[> [> Subject: Thanks for the info...is it accessible by T?

Away from home, no car. Don't want to break the bank with Uber.
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Date Posted: 08:01:32 07/23/17 Sun

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[> [> [> Subject: Yes and no

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Date Posted: 14:07:51 07/23/17 Sun

BC is on the Green Line of the T; Medford on the Red and Orange Lines. The only places to change lines are downtown, so you'd be looking at a long ride into Park Street on the Green Line and then a long ride into Medford after changing lines.

Strictly from a busy-college-student perspective, you probably want to stick closer to Newton, Chestnut Hill, Allston-Brighton,and Wellesley as places to look for schools. I'd recommend Sullivan, OSC (they have a class in the Allston-Brighton area), and Hansen-Keohane. Harney unfortunately is too far away without a car, and Kieran Jordan isn't affiliated with CLRG.

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[> [> [> [> Subject: Thank you all, it is pretty much how we figured...wish it was easier...

Any TC want to start classes on campus? 😆
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Date Posted: 16:58:36 07/23/17 Sun

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[> [> [> Subject: It is doable. BC shuttle runs to the the Green line D train which is the fastest. Take it to North Station and then Medford is one stop on the commuter rail. I'm not sure how well it works in reverse though.

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Date Posted: 15:50:49 07/23/17 Sun

The hard part is that not all schools that are closer are more accessible because suburban Boston quickly becomes tough to navigate via public transportation. devote a day or two to scoping it all out when you arrive for orientation or move in.

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