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The public schools in Lakeland are operated by the Polk County School Board. There are 28 elementary, 7 middle, 5 traditional high schools and 3 magnet-choice high schools in the Lakeland area run by the Polk County School Board.

Middle schools

Traditional public high schools

Magnet high schools

Charter schools

There are a number of opportunities for higher education around the Lakeland area. Florida Southern College, established in 1883, is the best known college in Lakeland and is located on Lake Hollingsworth. Florida Southern is the home of the world’s largest single-site collection of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture. Southeastern University is a university affiliated with the Assemblies of God with 3000 students. The University of South Florida Polytechnic operates a joint site with Polk State College on Winter Lake Road in south Lakeland. In July 2008, USF Lakeland was granted partial autonomy by Gov. Charlie Crist and became the University of South Florida Polytechnic. USFP plans a new campus located just inside the Lakeland's northeast border at the intersection of I-4 and Polk Parkway. Both Everest University and Keiser University two multi-site for-profit accredited universities have locations in Lakeland. Traviss Career Center is a vocational school.[27] It is NAFTC´s Training Center.

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