Education - Culture - Religion
Beacon Cove Intermediate School-Bessie Dubois Campus and Independence Middle School are both located in Abacoa, with bicycle and pedestrian paths connecting them to all Abacoa neighborhoods. Two existing schools are located adjacent to the Abacoa property - Lighthouse Elementary and Jupiter Middle schools. The closest high schools, W.T. Dwyer High School and Jupiter High School, are situated nearby on Military Trail. All schools are part of the Palm Beach County School District.. In addition there are many private schools in the area.
Two contiguous college campuses are across the street from the stadium and Town Center, placing the benefits of a college-town environment practically at the doorsteps of Abacoa residents. The campuses are home to the Jupiter branch campus of Florida Atlantic University and the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College. The two provide a unique mix - the considerable programmatic and research opportunities of a state university system at the branch campus, coupled with the intimate and in-depth learning environment of the Honors College.
Florida Atlantic University is also home to the LifeLong Learning Society , one of the country’s largest adult education institution, offering the joy of learning without the burden of homework or tests.
Abacoa is proud to be the location of the Hibel Museum, which is located on the FAU campus.