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View down Old Town St. Augustine street St. Augustine Florida is the longest continually occupied European settlement in the continental United States.

Since 1565 the flags of Spain, Britain, the Confederate and United States of America have flown over the city which today gives St. Augustine its unique charm and character.

Statue of Ponce de Leon in St. Augustine square
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2013 marks the 500th aniversary of the discovery of "La Florida" and St. Augustine by Ponce de León in April 1513. The city has many planned events to celebrate its Spanish heritage.

St. Augustine is one of the nation's most charming cities.  Known as the "Ancient City," Saint Augustine is located near Jacksonville, Orlando, and Daytona airports.

St. Augustine has a year-round mild climate perfect for walking the historic district, with its cobblestone streets, unique cafes, bars, quaint shops, beach and bed-and-breakfast inns. Take a photo tour of St. Augustine and the surrounding area and be sure to check out the many fine hotels.

Lots to see and do in St. Augustine with many famous landmarks and historic sites. Go on your own or take one of the many guided tours.

For the 10th time, “America’s 100 Best College Buys” has included Flagler College in its annual report of the nation’s top values in higher education. Flagler is the only independent college in Florida listed in the 2008-2009 report.
The top 100 college buys are selected by surveys of more than 1,400 accredited colleges and universities. In addition to low costs of tuition, room, board and other fees, institutions are included in the guide for having an incoming freshman class with a high school grade point average and/or SAT/ACT score equal to or above the national average.

Flagler College

“America’s 100 Best College Buys” is produced by Institutional Research & Evaluation, Inc., an independent research and consulting organization specializing in the recruiting and retention of students for institutions of higher education. Institutions are included in the best buys report solely on the basis of merit.

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