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Palm Beach

With its appealing climate and tropical sea breezes, numerous beaches and clean air, Palm Beach County attracts residents of all ages who are searching for a cosmopolitan setting combined with a relaxed lifestyle. Thanks to a recent population surge, Palm Beach has seen growth in its facilities and attractions as well, with new restaurants appearing in almost every neighborhood including spots that appeal to luxurious tastes and seekers of cutting-edge trends as well as more down-to-earth diners and, of course, plenty of shopping opportunities. Palm Beach County truly has something for everyone.

Palm Beach County is huge; from the opulent millionaires' mansions inland to the rural farming communities that abut Lake Okeechobee, Belle Glade and Pahokee, Palm Beach County covers 1,971 square miles, larger than either Delaware or Rhode Island. The county's northernmost point is part of Tequesta, and its southernmost point is Boca Raton¿¿a driving distance of about 50 miles. The Atlantic shoreline stretches along 45 miles of it, with public beaches all along the way. Many celebrities and high-profile individuals reside within the county borders.

The School District of Palm Beach County is the 11th largest school district in the continental United States, operating 187 schools with over 171,000 students in which some 150 languages and dialects are spoken. Palm Beach County is also home to many charter schools, religious schools and several alternative schools, including the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts in West Palm Beach.

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