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The state extends to the north eastern coastal plain of the Gulf of Mexico and the southern Florida peninsula, which is 645 km long, separating the Gulf of Mexico from the Atlantic Ocean.

The prolongation to the south by coral reefs (Florida Keys archipelago) and separated from Cuba by the Florida strait, peninsula has a tabular relief, culminating in 105 Mr. furthermore is spread of lakes, most important of which is Lake Okeechobee, and of numerous swamps, in their southern part, namely those of Big Cypress and the Everglades. The coast is bordered by coastal ropes that isolate a series of lagoons, including the Indian Rivitar, which extends over 210 km. The main rivers are the Apalachicola, Suwannee and Santo Johns.

Florida Climate

The Florida climate is humid subtropical to the north and humid tropical to the south. Devastating typhoons sometimes strike the coasts in summer and autumn. The vegetation is no less lush; the forest - pines, palms, cypresses, mangroves - covers 35% of the state's surface. The capital Florida is Tallahassee, the main cities Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa.

Search for private schools in Florida? Here is a directory of K-12 schools in the state of Florida listed county by county. Please follow the link below to see all private K12 schools in your county of Florida.
Florida Private Schools by County
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Major Cities in Florida

Daytona Beach

Daytona Beach, a city ​​in the state of Florida in the United States. He has about 500,000 residents with suburbs. The city is a well-known seaside resort with great winter tourism. The 55-kilometer-long sandy beach is often used for car racing.

Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, a city ​​in the state of Florida in the USA with about 162,000 residents. He is the center of an urban residential area with about 1.8 million residents.

Furthermore, it is a well-known seaside resort and tourist town, and has been called the Venice of the United States because of the many canals. Fishing and boating are otherwise important for the city.

Jacksonville

Jacksonville, a port city in the state of Florida in the United States. He has about 1.1 million residents including the suburbs. The city is a trade center, and important industries are the export of fruit and vegetables, the wood and metal industry and tourism. Jacksonville, which today has two universities, was founded in 1822 and is named after President Andrew Jackson.

Key West

Key West, a town on a coral island in the far south of the state of Florida in the USA, 160 km from the mainland. It has about 30,000 residents and is a well-known seaside resort. Key West also has an important U.S. naval base. The island has road connections to land.

Miami

Miami, a city in the state of Florida in the USA with about 5 million residents including the suburbs. Electronic industry, plastics industry and tourism are important industries. The city also has a port for cruise ships, because it is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the United States. Among other things, many retirees come to town. Miami has several universities and colleges in addition to a Norwegian seamen's church. He was founded in 1896.

Palm Beach

Palm Beach, a seaside resort in the state of Florida in the United States. It is located on a sandy promontory between the Atlantic Ocean in the east and Lake Worth in the west, and has a bridge connection to the much larger neighboring town of West Palm Beach. Together with this center, he lives in an urban residential area with about 600,000 residents. Tourism is an important industry.

Pensacola

Pensacola, a city ​​in the state of Florida in the United States with about 55,000 residents, or about 400,000 with suburbs. The city has, among other things, a naval airport and a fishing port. The canning industry and the furniture industry are important industries. Pensacola has a background as a Spanish fort from 1698.

Saint Augustine

Saint Augustine, a city ​​in the state of Florida in the United States, southeast of Jacksonville. It has about 15,000 residents. Saint Augustine is the oldest city in the United States founded by Europeans (Spaniards), and he is from 1565.

Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg, a city ​​in the state of Florida in the USA, on Tampa Bay on the west coast. It has about 253,000 residents and is a resort town with some industry. Saint Petersburg was founded in 1876.

Tallahassee

Tallahassee, city and capital of the state of Florida in the United States. It has about 160,000 residents and is a trade center with a wood processing industry, cattle farming and cotton plantations. The city was founded as the capital in 1824 and is the seat of the state university.

Tampa

Tampa, a city ​​in the state of Florida in the USA with about 2.4 million residents including the suburbs. He is an important port city with, among other things, shipping of phosphate and citrus fruits. Furthermore, cigars, paper, preserves and other products are produced in the city. Tourism is also an important industry. Tampa has two universities.

 

Windermere Preparatory School - Windermere

The Windermere Preparatory School is located in the nice town of Windermere in Florida. The campus is very spacious and well maintained and is only 11 miles from Orlando. Orlando is one of the "Most Fun Cities" in the USA and offers Disneyworld, restaurants and shopping centers as well as museums, parks and many sports facilities. The boarding school was founded in 2000 and around 900 pupils now go to school here. The Windermere Preparatory is a member of the Meritas schools. Meritas schools are among the best schools worldwide and are represented internationally. The high school is a very open school with a multicultural status. With an individual teaching style, each individual student is specifically supported and thus achieves the learning success. It is very important to the Windermere Preparatory School to impart future-oriented learning so that the students will be successful in their later professional world and social environment. The school's philosophy is supported by honesty, integrity, belief, self-discipline and respect.

The campus has modern rooms such as a café, a dining room, a library, two computer rooms, a music room, a band room, a pool and basketball, softball, baseball and tennis courts. The school also has an IB degree, so that after completing the degree, the whole world is open to students.

All boarding students live in the school's own houses. These are comfortable and modern. Usually two students share a room, whereby the school makes sure that the roommates have different mother tongues and can particularly benefit from the intercultural exchange. Boys and girls are housed in separate houses. The accommodations have Internet, telephone, hobby rooms, kitchens, laundry rooms, study areas and lounges with TVs and a garden, some by the lake or with a private pool.

But contact is also quickly established during school time. The numerous sports offers or entering a club quickly strengthen cohesion and the students develop a teamwork ability that will be useful for the future.

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