Located between interstates 64/40 and 44, Rock Hill is a smaller community that has attracted younger families looking for good schools, safe neighborhoods, and affordable housing.
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Coupled with access to great schools, attentive city services, and a number of family-friendly activities, Rock Hill has come to attract many young families. The variety of charming, affordable housing helps, too.
The area of Rock Hill was originally settled by French fur traders setting up permanent homes near trading posts. The town of Rock Hill got its name from a Presbyterian minister who founded a church in the area; the story has it that he encountered two steep, rocky hills when scouting the site for his new congregation, and named the church accordingly. When the town was incorporated in the 1920s, the name stuck.
Rock Hill is located between interstates 64/40 and 44, making commuting relatively easy.
Rock Hill was recently voted the 7th safest city in Missouri.
There are plenty of family-oriented activities going on in Rock Hill, mostly centered around the schools. Easy access to two interstates means that a wide variety of events and entertainment venues are within easy access.
Rock Hill is served by Webster Groves Public Schools. Schools within the city limits are Hudson Elementary School and Steger Sixth Grade Center; other schools are within Webster Groves’ city limits. There are many nearby private schools and colleges.
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