"Sun, Space, and Sea" is the official slogan of the city of Cape Canaveral, where the economy and workforce grew along with the nation's space program.
About 10,000 people live in the city of Cape Canaveral. Many residents work in the aerospace industry, the service industry, and at the Kennedy Space Center.
As the midpoint between Miami and Jacksonville, Cape Canaveral is surrounded by water. It’s a diverse community with young families and retirees.
The city of Cape Canaveral is part of Brevard Public Schools, one of the top-rated districts in Florida.
Cape View Elementary School, located in Cape Canaveral, serves grades K–6. Cocoa Beach Junior/Senior High, located in Cocoa Beach, serves grades 7–12.
Cocoa Beach Junior/Senior High is one of the top-ranked high schools in Florida and is one of the top International Baccalaureate Schools in the country.
Cape Canaveral is best known for NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center.
The Air Force Space and Missile History Center is located at the south gate of Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Vistors can view historic information and exhibits from each launch complex at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station.