Hi, I'm considering a move to SC. From what I have seen online, it seems that the general perception is education in SC is subpar compared to northern states like MN or WI, etc. While this may be true at the state wide level, it sounds like there are certain areas in SC with very good K-12 schools. I don't know what it means very good in a state that sounds like education isn't valued much. Is very good in SC mean comparable to a typical school in the northern states or very good in SC still mean below average nationally. I'm looking into Clover, Fort Mill, Tega Cay areas. Are there any teachers here who are knowledgeable about the school systems in these specific areas? If so, your feedback would be greatly appreciated. I have tried to search online and even called the National Center of Education Research but there is no statistic comparison looking at a particular school against national average or another state. Thanks!