Sunday, November 19, 2017

Teach In Florida

Florida's Central East Region

Daytona Beach

The Daytona Beach Metro area consists of Volusia and Flagler Counties in East Central Florida, nicely situated between Jacksonville and Orlando. Daytona Beach is the home of the “World’s Most Famous Beach”, the home of the Daytona International Speedway, and Daytona USA attraction. Residents enjoy an average temperature of 86F, allowing for an active outdoor lifestyle year round, and an equally attractive business climate. The area offers "Big City Benefits" without the "Big City Congestion”. Daytona Beach has a population of just fewer than 500,000.

Education:
List of Volusia County Public Schools
List of Volusia County Private Schools
Area Colleges and Universities: 

Bethune Cookman University

Daytona State College

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

Nova Southeastern University

Stetson University

University of Central Florida

University of Florida
University of North Florida

Cultural Opportunities:
Museum of Arts and Sciences, The Southeast Museum of Photography, The Casements, African American Museum of the Arts, Ormond Memorial Art Museum, Harvey W. Lee, Jr. Memorial Gallery, Seaside Music Theatre, Mary McLeod Bethune Home – National Historic Landmark, Halifax Historical, Sugar Mill Gardens, Ocean Center, and Daytona USA. Visit Daytona Beach through the Beach Cam or The Daytona International Speedway.

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Titusville

 Titusville is located on the west shore of the Indian River directly across from the John F. Kennedy Space Center. The Atlantic Ocean lies approximately 12 miles to the east of Titusville and Orlando, is approximately 45 miles to the west. Cocoa Beach is 15 miles south with Daytona Beach 45 miles to the north. Titusville offers a year-round temperate climate that nurtures a sportsman's paradise with something for everyone: golf, tennis, boating, sailing, jet skiing, sail boarding and salt water fishing include just a few of the activities that enhance Titusville’s tremendous quality of life. The average January temperature is 69 degrees and the average August temperature is 82 degrees. Titusville’s population is 43,934 and growing.

Housing:
The median price of a home in Titusville is $168,608. The average rental price for a one-bedroom apartment is $580; two bedroom $837; three bedroom $750.
List of Titusville real estate agents
Additional relocation information from the Titusville Chamber of Commerce
Additional information from the City of Titusville

Education:
In addition to more than adequate elementary schools, Titusville has two high schools: Titusville High and Astronaut High. Also located within the Titusville city limits is the North Brevard Campus of Brevard Community College (BCC). Located east of Orlando, the University of Central Florida is within easy commuting distance. List of public, private, business, and specialty schools
List of Brevard County Public Schools

Cultural Opportunities:
Grasshopper Airboat Ecotours, Jungle Adventures, Space Coast Nature Tours, Titusville Ballet & Jazz Center, Inc., Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum, Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, World Center of Space Exploration, Titusville Playhouse, Titusville Art League, Brevard Symphony Orchestra, Community Band of Brevard, Space Coast Pops, Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory, Cape Canaveral Lighthouse and the Enchanted Forest Sanctuary.

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Melbourne

Melbourne is located in the southern end of Brevard County, where 33 miles of Atlantic barrier islands connect with the mainland via three causeways. Over 300 days of sunshine a year offer residents an ideal climate. The average temperature is 72 degrees, with an average daily high of 90 degrees in July and August. The Atlantic Ocean provides a strong breeze that cools the summer and warms the winter. Brevard County has a highly skilled, diverse labor pool. Because of the diversity of local industry and business, the county enjoys economic stability. Low unemployment rates of fewer then 5% reflect this stability. New and expanding businesses generated 4,300 new jobs in Brevard between 1996 and 1997. High-tech industries flourish in Brevard, which is home to several Fortune 500 companies. Manufacturing accounts for 16% of local employment compared to the state average of 9%. Trade industries employ 24% and government organizations 15% of the work force.

Housing:

Brevard County ranks as the 11th most affordable region in the nation. Most recently, Brevard County ranked as the most affordable area in the South. The median cost for a three-bedroom home is $205,816.  For information on housing, contact the Melbourne Area Association of Realtors at (321) 242-2211.
Additional relocation information from the Melbourne/Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce.

Education:

The Brevard County School District is the ninth largest in Florida with 71,300 students and 9,300 employees. South Brevard public schools include 58 elementary, 12 middle, 4 junior/senior, 12 high. Thirty-six private schools offer religious instruction. Air Academy - Florida Air Academy is an official Air Force ROTC program (grades 6-12). Private Post Secondary Colleges include: Florida Tech, Rollins College-Brevard, Orlando College-Melbourne Campus, and Webster University. Barry University is a Post-Secondary Catholic College. Public Post Secondary Colleges include Brevard Community College and University of Central Florida-Brevard.
List of Brevard County Public Schools

Cultural Opportunities:
Sebastian Inlet State Recreational area, Brevard County Manatees, Plaster Playground, Honor America/Liberty Bell Museum, Museum of Art & Science, King Center for the Performing Arts, Melbourne Civic Theatre, Brevard Zoo and Andretti Thrill Park. Melbourne-Palm Bay and the Beaches is only 60 miles away from Orlando's attractions and a short drive from the Kennedy Space Center and Spaceport USA.

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