Parents relocating to the city of Pittsburgh will be thrilled to learn there are several options for their children within the Pittsburgh Public Schools, private schools, and specialized schools such as Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts 6-12 and Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children. As far as higher education, parents and students will be able to choose from 68 distinct colleges and universities in the area including Carnegie Mellon University and University of Pittsburgh. In 2010, Forbes named Pittsburgh the 7th best place to raise a family, so if you’re a parent considering a move to this wonderful city, it’s safe to say you’re making a good choice for your family.
When moving to the city, you’ll be able to take in the beauty of man-made architecture as well as that of mother nature with an incredible skyline of 30 skyscrapers and the 36-acre Point State Park right on the edge of the river.”
Once you’ve settled in, you can enjoy all the incredible features and attractions Pittsburgh, PA has to offer. Pittsburgh is proud of their professional sports teams and in 2009, they were given the title of “Best Sports City” in the Sporting News. Pittsburgh Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins are all Championship sports teams you'll want to catch at a game when moving to the city. Aside from sports, there is so much more to enjoy as a Pittsburgh resident. The city is packed with art galleries and venues, theatres, historic museums, breweries and more! Kids can find enjoyment in the city as well at Kennywood Amusement Park with over 15 rides, the Pittsburgh Zoo and Aquarium, the Carnegie Science Center with live demos and the list goes on. Among the several notable lists and rankings Pittsburgh has been featured on, the city has also been rated #1 Food City in the nation by Zagat, so get ready to chow down after your move!