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    Mercer County - Board of Education- Central Office

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    1403 Honaker Avenue


    Mercer County - Board of Education- Central Office is a business providing services in the field of High Schools. Mercer County - Board of Education- Central Office is located in Princeton, WV on 1403 Honaker Avenue.

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    Mercer County - Board of Education- Central Office
    Address : 1403 Honaker Avenue Princeton, WV 24740
    •   (304) 487-1551
    •   No fax number available
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    Helpful Tip for: High Schools

     High Schools, in Princeton, typically would mean grades between the 9th and 12th in any educational institute. Students are encouraged to sharpen their skills in multiple disciplines and participate in co-curricular activities besides academics, with a view to develop an all-rounded personality and to help them prepare better for life after school

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