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Mint Hill Tutors
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About Mint Hill
On the eastern edge of Mecklenburg County, Mint Hill, North Carolina is a suburb in the Charlotte metropolitan region. Before English, German, Dutch, Irish and Scottish immigrants came to the area which would become Mint Hill, the Catawba Native Americans occupied the land for centuries before European contact. The Catawba built their villages in the Charlotte area taking advantage of the mild climate, ample water supply and abundance of game in the woodlands surrounding the Catawba River. The Catawba, their name means “people of the river,” were excellent farmers growing corn and squash in the river valley. First European contact came in the 1500’s when Spanish conquistadors explored the Carolinas on their way west looking for gold. By the late 1600’s the Catawba became important trading partners with English settlers in Virginia. The Catawba provided fur and deerskins in exchange for guns, knives, kitchen implements and manufactured cloth. In the middle of the 1700’s the first Europeans began establishing settlements in the Charlotte area and even named the city after English Queen Sophie Charlotte, the wife of King George III. For a time, the Catawba were friendly with colonists and even helped protect them from unfriendly tribes such as the Cherokee. In fact, the Catawba were instrumental in helping colonists drive British General Cornwallis out of the Charlotte region during the American Revolution. Unfortunately, disease brought by European settlers took a grave toll on the Catawba people and by the end of the 1700’s their numbers had dwindled from about 10,000 to fewer than 1,000. Early American farmers found the land to be perfect for growing cotton and, in the years after the Civil War, the Charlotte area became a hub for textile manufacturing. Today, Mint Hill receives an overall grade of A- from the real estate website Niche based on the excellence of its ethnic and economic diversity. The median household income in Mint Hill is over $67,000 a year.
A Mint Hill tutor will keep you caught up on your most difficult academic courses so you can take time away from the books to enjoy the many things to do in Mint Hill and the greater Charlotte region. Dedicated in 2013 to those who served the nation’s military, the Mint Hill Veteran’s Memorial Park offers residents a variety of recreational opportunities. The 50-acre park includes athletic fields, tennis courts, playground and a bicycle and in-line skating path. The park also features a one-mile nature trail where hikers can view deer, raccoon, reptiles and several species of birds.
Every Memorial Day weekend Mint Hill celebrates the founding of the town during Mint Hill Madness, a family friendly event with delicious food, live entertainment, carnival and an arts and crafts fair. One of the major activities during the festival is the annual parade featuring local businesses, musical performers, fire trucks and classic cars. Other events include fireworks, knockerball, a football skills competition and the Battle of Mint Hill.
For kids and adults alike, it’s just a short drive west from Mint Hill to Carowinds, a 398-acre amusement park on the southwestern edge of Charlotte. Opened in 1973, the park features eight themed areas such as Celebration Plaza, home to the 262-foot tall Carolina Skytower which affords visitors spectacular views of the park and the city. Inspired by racing hero Dale Earnhardt, the Intimidator roller coaster reaches speeds up to 75 mph. Other thrill rides throughout the park include the Carolina Cyclone, a steel roller coaster with two vertical loops, Carolina Goldrusher, Vortex, SlingShot and The Flying Cobras, a forwards and backwards roller coaster with a vertical loop.
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