Tampa, FL Education


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Tampa, FL is known for its excellent education system. The city's schools have earned high ratings from the state and provide a quality education to their students. Local education organizations such as the Hillsborough County school district are also well-respected and offer numerous educational resources to parents and students alike. Additionally, many of Tampa's charter schools cater to specific cultural backgrounds or areas of focus such as arts or technology. With a wide variety of options available, Tampa's education system is designed to meet the needs of all students and ensure that they have access to quality learning opportunities.

Tampa schools spend $9,310 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 14 pupils per teacher, 1,132 students per librarian, and 511 children per counselor.

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I've lived in small towns before and now for the past 25 years in this large metropolis. It's a very nice city. Lots of jobs, shopping restaurants, churches, Busch  More

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This is my favorite city that I have ever lived in. I am reading all of these terrible reviews for Tampa, but then when I read what people are writing, they are actually  More

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I lived here all my life and I can ONLY think of other places I would rather be. I’ve traveled the country for many things and even traveled internationally for  More

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