The majority of people not from Orlando, Florida initially associate the name with it's vast array of theme parks. But, there is more to living in Orlando, than just major tourist attractions. There are 1920’s bungalows which are nestled on brick lined streets and shaded with mature oak trees in Thornton Park. Blocks from downtown is Lake Eola, a neighborhood that is filled with historic homes. Lake Eola is also home to more than 50 breeds of Swans too. There is plenty of delicious dining that doesn't involve going to a major food chain.
We have more than 100 lakes in the area and we have a vast amount of natural, undeveloped land to enjoy. We have a multitude of State Parks to enjoy hiking, camping canoeing, and a vast array of outdoor recreational activities. You do not have to go far to find museums, Performing arts, swamp rides and the beach is about an hour away.
Orange County Public Schools have had 91 high school graduates in 2018 that were accepted into the nation’s top 20 Colleges and Universities (as ranked by US News and World Report). Nine of the OCPS's Magnet schools (10 programs) earned Merit Awards from Magnet Schools of America and 15 OCPS High Schools ranked among the Nation's top ten percent of the high schools offering accelerated coursework by the Washington Post.
Here are a few links to learn more about "The City Beautiful" Orlando, as well as a short video:
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