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Vero Beach boasts some of the best schools in the region
Right now, there are over fifty preschool programs, almost thirty elementary schools, about eighteen middle schools, and a total of twelve high schools.
By: Coldwell Banker Paradise
Vero Beach is a small town in the Sunshine State and one of its most desirable areas in South Beach Park. Just outside the community is the McKee Botanical Garden and Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge. Vero Beach has a population of about 17,200+ residents and spans just 13.34 square miles.
Vero Beach Schools Stats
Among the most popular and best-performing schools in the area is St. Peter's Academy, Liberty Magnet School, Rosewood Magnet School, Osceola Magnet School, and North County Charter School.
One important point to note is that of all the schools located in the town of Vero Beach, only a handful of schools are actually on the barrier island. (The vast majority of schools in Vero Beach are located on the mainland peninsula.)
Fortunately, most of the schools in and around Vero Beach have relatively small teacher to student ratios. (Of course, this depends on the neighborhoods but most have a good student to teacher ratio.)
Currently, there are just two facilities of higher education in Vero Beach, those being the Mueller Campus of Indian River State College and Treasure Coast Technical College.
Presently, the public schools in Vero Beach are operated by the Indian River County School District, which serves approximately fifteen schools in the city. Meanwhile, the private schools include Saint Edward's School, St. Helen Catholic School, Anderson Academy, Masters Academy, Tabernacle Christian School, and SunCoast School. Charter schools include Indian River Charter High School, Imagine South Vero, North County Charter Elementary, and St. Peter's Academy.
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