Winter Park, FL - Niche

Overall
Niche Grade
Details
  • Setting
    Suburb
  • Population
    28,771
  • Population Density
    2,801 people/sq.mi.
  • Size
    10 sq.mi.
  • Reviews
    52 3.8
Winter Park is a suburb in Florida with 28,771 residents. It has very high home values, average rent costs, and low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and average income levels.

Ratings and Reviews
3.8 from 52 reviews
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    • 3
    Crime & Safety at Winter Park: There are always police present but can be slow to respond in certain cases.
    • 4
    Overall Experience at Winter Park: I love the area. There is so many places to go, things to do, and things to eat!
    • 3
    Crime & Safety at Winter Park: As far as I can tell it is safe.
    • 4
    Overall Experience at Winter Park: Very nice community, however it is a very expensive place to live.
    • 5
    Crime & Safety at Winter Park: Winter Park is safe. Everyone here seems happy, which provides an aura of safety.

Nearby Towns

Niche Grade Name Population
4.33 Maitland 16,273
4.00 Fairview Shores 10,457
3.33 Eatonville 2,258
4.00 Casselberry 26,520
4.00 Orlando 250,224
Casselberry-Altamonte Springs Township 206,282

ZIP Codes

Niche Grade Name Population
3.66 32792 50,142
4.00 32789 24,979

Top School Districts

Niche Grade Name Total Schools
3.00 Orange County Public Schools 257

Top Public Schools

Niche Grade Name Type Grades Grade Level
3.66 Orlando Science Middle/High Charter School Public, Charter 6-12 Middle, High
4.00 Winter Park High School Public, Magnet 9-12 High
3.00 Legacy High Charter School Public, Charter 9-12 High
3.00 Brookshire Elementary School Public PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
3.00 Lakemont Elementary School Public PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
1.00 Excel High School Public, Alternative 6-12 Middle, High
3.00 Hope Charter School Public, Charter K-8 Elementary, Middle
3.00 Audubon Park Elementary School Public PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
Workforce Advantage Academy Charter School Public, Charter 9-12 High
3.00 Maitland Middle School Public 6-8 Middle
3.00 Dommerich Elementary School Public PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
3.00 Glenridge Middle School Public 6-8 Middle
3.33 Edgewater High School Public, Magnet 9-12 High
Beta Center Public, Alternative PK, 6-12 Pre-K, Middle, High
2.66 UCP of Central Florida - East Orlando/Bailes Campus Public, Charter PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
3.00 Oakland Avenue Charter School Public, Charter K-5 Elementary
3.00 Cornerstone Charter Academy High School Public, Charter 9-12 High
2.66 Killarney Elementary School Public K-5 Elementary
3.00 Cornerstone Charter Academy Public, Charter K-8 Elementary, Middle
Life Skills Center of Orlando Public, Charter, Alternative 9-12 High
3.00 UCP of Central Florida - Downtown Orlando/Holloway Campus Public, Charter PK, K-2 Pre-K, Elementary
2.66 Nap Ford Community Charter School Public, Charter PK, K-5 Pre-K, Elementary
Central Florida Leadership Academy Charter School Public, Charter 6-12 Middle, High
2.66 Lee Middle School Public, Magnet 6-8 Middle
3.33 Lake Eola Charter School Public, Charter K-8 Elementary, Middle

Top Private Schools

Niche Grade Name Type Grades Grade Level
Edgewood Children's Ranch Private, Religious 1-12 Elementary, Middle, High
3.00 Eastland Christian School Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
3.00 Downey Christian School Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
The Conrad Academy Private, Religious, Special Education K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
4.33 Trinity Preparatory School Private, Religious 6-12 Middle, High
3.33 Christian Victory Academy of Central Florida Private, Religious K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
3.33 Faith Christian Academy & Preschool Private, Religious K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
3.66 The First Academy Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
Hope Academy Private, Religious 8-11 Middle, High
3.66 Bishop Moore Catholic High School Private, Religious 9-12 High
4.00 Heritage Preparatory School Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
3.66 The Crenshaw School Private PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
2.33 Orlando Christian Preparatory School Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
3.66 South Orlando Christian Academy Private, Religious K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
Center Academy - Altamonte Springs Private, Special Education 5-12 Middle, High
3.00 Orangewood Christian School Private, Religious K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
3.00 Central Florida Christian Academy Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
3.00 Altamonte Christian School Private, Religious K-12 Elementary, Middle, High
3.00 The Master's Academy Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
3.33 Pine Castle Christian Academy Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
4.00 The Geneva School Private, Religious PK, K-12 Pre-K, Elementary, Middle, High
2.33 Forest Lake Academy Private, Religious 9-12 High

Top Colleges

Niche Grade Name
University of Central Florida
Rollins College
Adventist University of Health Sciences
Florida Christian College
Full Sail University
Everest University - South Orlando
Valencia College
Seminole State College of Florida
Florida Technical College
Motorcycle & Marine Mechanics Institute - Orlando
Southern Technical College
Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts - Orlando
Mid Florida Tech - Adult Education
Technical Education Center - Osceola
Everest University - North Orlando
Lake Technical Center
Sanford-Brown Institute - Orlando
Florida College of Natural Health - Maitland
International Academy of Design & Technology - Orlando
Lincoln Technical Institute - Orlando
Orlando Tech
Herzing University - Orlando
Winter Park Tech
Westside Tech - Adult Education
Fortis College - Winter Park

Around Winter Park

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Demographics

Racial Diversity

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
White 77.32% 63.25% 56.60% 52.17%
Hispanic 9.45% 16.62% 23.33% 26.09%
African American 8.09% 12.23% 15.39% 15.18%
Asian 2.79% 4.83% 2.49% 3.98%
Multiracial 1.81% 2.05% 1.65% 1.81%
Native American 0.21% 0.66% 0.22% 0.19%
Pacific Islander 0.17% 0.16% 0.06% 0.08%
Other 0.16% 0.19% 0.27% 0.50%

Age

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
9 years and under 11% 13% 11% 12%
10 to 17 years 8% 11% 10% 11%
18 to 24 years 13% 10% 9% 11%
25 to 34 years 11% 13% 12% 14%
35 to 44 years 10% 13% 12% 14%
45 to 54 years 14% 14% 14% 14%
55 to 64 years 14% 12% 13% 11%
65 and over 19% 13% 18% 13%

Education Levels

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
Less than a high school diploma 5% 14% 14% 12%
High school diploma or equivalent 16% 28% 30% 29%
Some college or associate degree 25% 29% 30% 31%
Bachelor's degree 29% 18% 17% 19%
Master's degree or higher 25% 11% 10% 9%

Gender

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
Female 51.5% 50.8% 51.1% 51.0%
Male 48.5% 49.2% 48.9% 49.0%

Housing

Rent vs. Own

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
Own 63.1% 64.9% 66.1% 63.3%
Rent 36.9% 35.1% 33.9% 36.7%

Crime Rates

Annual Violent Crimes (per 100,000)

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
Assault 166.0 264.1 353.8 401.1
Murder 0 5.2 6.1 4.1
Rape 30.5 36.8 38.3
Robbery 77.9 135.0 151.5 131.3

Annual Property Crimes (per 100,000)

Winter Park, FL United States Florida Orlando Metro Area
Burglary 836.6 575.0 705.2 955.8
Larceny 2784.0 2114.0 2743 3046.5
Motor vehicle theft 118.5 257.3 228.3 226.7

Income

Weather

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Resident Opinions

If you could do it all over again, would you still choose to live in this area?     Based on 5 responses

  • 60% Yes
  • 20% Not sure
  • 20% No

In which direction are these things in this area generally going?     Based on 10 responses

Getting worse
Getting better
  • Schools/education
  • Crime/safety
  • Employment/jobs
  • Home values
  • Local government
  • New residents moving in
  • New businesses/restaurants opening
  • Overall quality of life

Rate the public services in this area:     Based on 9 responses

Very poor
Excellent
  • Police protection
  • Fire protection
  • Emergency medical services
  • Animal control services
  • Street repair/maintenance
  • Trash/recycling collection
  • Snow removal
  • Public transportation
  • Public recreation facilities
  • Park maintenance
  • Public libraries
  • Community education

How strongly do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements about houses in this area?     Based on 9 responses

Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
  • Most properties are well-maintained (e.g. landscaping, painting, shoveling)
  • Most properties have large lawns and/or gardens.
  • Most properties have driveways.
  • Most properties have garages.
  • Most of the houses look the same and have a similar layout.
  • Most of the houses are built close together with little space between them.

How noisy is the area where you live?     Based on 8 responses

  • 38% It is very quiet and peaceful. There aren't many cars or trains to speak of.
  • 25% It is pretty quiet. Cars pass by regularly, but it isn't disruptive.
  • 25% There are moments of loud noise. Sometimes you hear traffic or emergency vehicles, but it is bearable.
  • 12% Loud noises are very common. Traffic, trains, pedestrians, and emergency vehicles are everywhere.

How safe do you feel in this area?     Based on 10 responses

  • 40% Very safe. There is really no crime to speak of.
  • 60% Pretty safe. There is some crime, but it doesn't impact me much.
  • 0% Somewhat safe. There is noticeable crime, and there are times I don't feel safe.
  • 0% Not safe. There is a lot of crime, and I regularly don't feel safe.