Martin Public School District, also officially called the School Board of Martin County, consists of 26 traditional schools and 2 charter schools as well as numerous other educational centers such as the Teenage Parent Center and the Environmental Studies Center. The school district has been rated the #1 performing school in Florida with excellent test scores and graduation rates.
The habitats in Seabranch Preserve State Park were formed by ancient oceans over the course of many years. Rare sand pine scrub, baygall communities, a mangrove swamp, and scrubby flatwoods can be seen by the visitors all within a mile from each other. A trail that extends for over 4 miles is available for visitors to hike and witness all of the wildlife that Seabranch Preserve State Park has to offer. Picnic areas are also available for visitors. There are future plans to develop this park in order to make it more enticing to visitors.
St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park is a barrier island that is only accessible by boat. Visitors enjoy the boardwalk that takes them through the mangrove forests and hammocks of live oaks, cabbage palms, paradise trees, and wild limes. One can find animals such as loggerheads, leatherback, and green turtles. Some of the popular activities at St. Lucie Inlet Preserve State Park include swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, surf fishing, and picnicking.
Coral Shores Behavioral Health's goal is to become their patients first choice by exceeding the expectations of the people they serve by providing exceptional and patient-focused behavioral health care.
The Florida Oceanographic Society is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inspire education and advocacy for Florida's coastal ecosystems.
The Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center is located on Hutchinson Island offering 57-acres that includes the Society's headquarters, nature trails, 750,000-gallon Game Fish Lagoon, Sea Turtle Pavilion, Children's Activity Pavilion, Sea Star Touch Tank Pavilion, Rays on the Reef Ray Pavilion, and the Frances Langford Visitors Center.
Hometown News Martin County focuses on the the people, places and events that make living and working in Stuart, Indiantown, Hobe Sound and the surrounding areas so unique, and includes includes business news, crime updates, entertainment stories and other information visitors and residents use to stay informed.
Stuart teen, Brandi Kneip, decided to use her college fund to open a business. After participating in some beach cleanups, she began to wonder how she could further impact the health of her surroundings. By opening JAR, her intention was to help those around her begin to live life with less waste. Now, this thriving store has refillable laundry detergent, food, beauty products, and more. By shopping here, you're voting with your wallet, to want less plastic in our lives; you're making a difference in the health of your home and the health of our planet. Bring your reusable containers and get lost shopping in the full isles of JAR.
Located in Stuart, Florida, Dr. John B. Fasano provides exceptional and personalized plastic surgeries. Among the most popular procedures are tummy tucks, liposuction, labiaplasties, and breast services. Dr. Fasano's office is also pleased to offer non-surgical procedures, including CoolSculpting, Botox, Intense Pulsed Light Therapy, Laser Treatments, and a variety of injectable fillers. Visit our website to book your consultation today!
A variety of wonderful locations display the identity of Martin County’s parks and recreational areas. You will jump in the water as fast you can once you see the Sailfish Splash Waterpark and Aquatic Center. Camping is also a big draw along with Indian Riverside park's many features.
The Pine School is a college preparatory, all-faith independent day school that serves students from Kindergarten through grade 12. The Pine School provides a strong traditional core curriculum while striving to instill high achievement and a lifelong love for learning. T
The Lyric Theatre was built in Stuart in 1926 as a silent film theater. In 1987, after years of being bought and sold it got a restoration turning it into a beautiful center for the performing arts center. Further restorations in 2014 completed the transformation.
This beach has been taken over by the dogs! With about 24 acres of beach property, dogs are welcomed to enjoy the water and sand. They have other great amenities as well, such as fishing and pavilions.