Talk:La Jolla Country Day School

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Various anonymous editors (or one editor using various IPs) have added assertions that this school is either the best or most selective in the San Diego area. This may be true, but an assertion like that needs to be backed up by a source. Does the listing of private high schools (Lyons?) call it that? Does the SD Union Tribune call it that? Show us how good a school it is by writing a well-researched and fully cited article about it. Unsupported assertions will just be reverted. -Willmcw 03:01, Apr 29, 2005 (UTC)

Again. Sources please. -Willmcw 10:50, Jun 22, 2005 (UTC)
  • Concordantly, the upper school has one of the highest average SAT scores in the United States.
How do we know this? -Willmcw 03:14, Jun 23, 2005 (UTC)

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