Orlando is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, motivated mainly by tourism and the thousands of people who choose this location for the quality of life offered.
Moving to another city or choosing a new place to live is not easy, but the quality of life and factors such as the job market, housing, infrastructure, mobility, health, safety and education are factors that influence this decision, especially when we have children.
The education system in the United States is divided into five phases to cover all educational training from kindergarten to college.
These phases are known as Preschool (3 to 5 years old), Elementary School (6 to 10 years old), Middle School (11 to 14 years old), High School (15 to 18 years old) and College, and can be taken in public schools or private individuals.
Normally, there are no major differences between the quality of public and private education, but enrollment in public schools is only allowed for children living in the same neighborhood.
Schools in Orlando
Orlando is renowned for offering quality education for all ages, from Preschool to College, with most of its schools rated A or B.
Find out a little more about the best schools in Orlando that you can find in each neighborhood:
The region known for the city of Walt Disney has a privileged education with different options of private schools, but also has the renowned Celebration Public School.
Located near Universal Studios Resort theme parks, the thriving suburb of Doctor Phillips boasts some of Orlando’s best schools, such as Dr. Phillips Elementary and Bay Meadows.
Downtown Orlando / Lake Eola
The center of Orlando is where the City Hall, several entertainment options and the Lake Eola Charter School are located.
The community that was once considered one of the best places to live in the United States still has some of the best schools in Orlando, such as Hunters Creek Middle School, West Creek Elementary and Endeavor Elementary School.
Lake Nona is one of the fastest growing regions in Orlando and is also home to great schools such as Northlake Park Community School and Moss Park Elementary.
One of the preferred regions among Brazilians, here it is possible to find quality education at Windy Ridge K-8 and Metrowest Elementary School.
Located in the Orlando Lakes region and very close to Disney, Windermere is home to some of Orlando’s best schools such as Windermere Elementary, Last Whitney Elementary and Sunset Park Elementary.
Remembering that if the school in your neighborhood does not offer everything you want, you can still choose private schools.
Adepta Realty has properties located close of some of the best schools in Orlando.