Pembroke Pines

Pembroke Pines, incorporated in 1960, is a safe and desirable community. The recipient of many awards including “All-America City,” Pembroke Pine 

Though the City of Pembroke Pines is the 10th largest of Florida’s 400+ municipalities, its friendly small-town feel is why so many call it home. The city is popular with retirees but also has plenty of young families, many of which left Miami Dade County to fill its shiny new developments during the housing boom. The dynamic city is also known regionally as the premier shopping destination of southwest Broward County and provides easy accessibility to primary highways and interstates, key employment centers, entertainment venues, parks, golf courses, restaurants and retail destinations. Its 28 superior parks and lush landscaping throughout neighborhoods and public places enhance the City’s natural beauty and South Florida charm. Among these attractions for these young families; the city has highly rated recreational programs, as well as fire/police services and boasts the largest municipal run charter school program in the Country. In 1990, the City experienced astronomical growth that caused the city to experience critical overcrowding in local schools. The Mayor and City Commission saw an opportunity in this crisis. In 1996, Charter School legislation was passed that would help bring some relief to the overcrowding and would pave the way for Pembroke Pines to realize its vision. This A+ Charter School system currently has over 5,000 students and thousands more on the waiting list.

Public high schools

Public middle schools

  • Franklin Academy Charter School [K-8]
  • Glades Middle School (located in Miramar, Florida)
  • Pembroke Pines Charter Middle School (Central, West and Academic Village)
  • Pines Middle School
  • Silver Trail Middle School
  • Somerset Academy Charter Middle School
  • Walter C. Young Middle School

Public elementary schools

  • Chapel Trail Elementary School
  • Franklin Academy Charter School [K-8]
  • Lakeside Elementary School
  • Palm Cove Elementary School
  • Panther Run Elementary School
  • Pasadena Lakes Elementary School
  • Pembroke Lakes Elementary School
  • Pembroke Pines Charter Elementary School (East, Central, West, and FSU campus)
  • Pembroke Pines Elementary School
  • Pines Lakes Elementary School
  • Silver Palms Elementary School
  • Silver Lakes Elementary School (located in Miramar, Florida)
  • Somerset Academy Charter Elementary School
  • Sunset Lakes Elementary School (located in Miramar, Florida)
  • Greentree Preparatory Charter School
Pembroke Lakes Mall:  Pembroke Lakes Mall is an indoor shopping center in Pembroke Pines, Florida. The mall is located at the corner of State Road 820 and State Road 823. It has one floor and four anchors, including J. C. Penney, Macy's, Dillard's and Sears.  
Number of stores and services: 145
Number of anchor tenants: 4
11401 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026
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