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Top 10 Best American Cities For Education


Education is a top priority for many families, that’s why we compiled the 10 best U.S. cities for education: 

  1. Boston, Massachusetts: Home to two of the most notorious universities in the world: the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University, that occupy the first and third place respectively on the QS World University Rankings for 2018. It also gets great qualifications for its amazing student diversity. Thanks to this, it has one of the biggest student populations in the U.S.
  2. Tucson, Arizona: Home of the University of Arizona and a vibrant artistic scene. BASIS Schools have 100% of the student population enrolled in Advanced Placement courses (AP), and they have great math scores and good English command. 
  3. Alexandria, Virginia: Featuring metropolitan resources, as well as 17 museums and 24 specialized schools. It’s really close to Washington, DC, and it has access to cultural institutions from all over the world.
  4. Santa Cruz, California: Located near Silicon Valley, this place has exclusive access to leading-edge technology. It’s the home of the highly praised University of California, Santa Cruz. Also, it has a good school and specialized school rankings. 
  5. Bronx, New York: It’s the home of 37 libraries and a large number of universities with incredible learning resources. The High School of American studies offers AP courses and the opportunity to enroll in courses at a near university.
  6. Austin, Texas: Due to an increase in commercial investments, Austin has attracted a new wave of technology leaders, therefore, the number of educational sites and benefits of having an important university make this a great city for education.
  7. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: This place has been reinvented in the last few years and it’s the home of renowned institutions, such as Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, which helps give a better focus on education by the city.
  8. Ann Arbor, Michigan: It’s the home of the University of Michigan, also a unique and diverse educational system, with 64 different spoken languages in the entire district. Schools are committed to helping with ecologically sustainable development.
  9. Jacksonville, Florida: This city is among the best because of the big amount of libraries it has (a total of 32). Apart from the great number of public reading spaces, high schools associate with the University of North Florida to grant access to AP courses to the students.
  10. Cincinnati, Ohio: This city has a museum center where students can learn about history, science, and art. With more than 49 libraries and 30 higher education institutions, Cincinnati is a great place for education.