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Perhaps Orange County's most eclectically diverse city, the City of Santa Ana is home to three museums, one zoo and enjoys the world class shopping destination South Coast Plaza Metro with neighboring City of Costa Mesa.
The Santa Ana Unified School District operates thirty five elementary, nine middle as well nine secondary schools including Century, Cesar E. Chavez, Godinez Fundamental, Saddleback, Santa Ana, Segerstrom and Valley High Schools. The district additionally administers the Lorin Griset Academy alternative school for ninth through twelfth grades where students learn outside of the confines of traditional coursework in a flexible and personalized environment. Now offering "Middle College High School," the district's innovation allows high school students to enroll concurrently in both high school and junior college courses earning four year university transferable credits. Nearby Santa Ana Junior College remains a magnet for area high-school graduates matriculating into state professional and university undergraduate programs.
The City of Santa Ana is the region's historical transportation hub and government seat. That privilege developed some of the most beautiful century old "mansions" found anywhere in the state. Now preserved, those treasures lay scattered amongst the federal, state and County Civic Center administration & courts building complexes rising into downtown Santa Ana's center-city skyline.
Just outside downtown near the I-5 Freeway is the Santa Ana Metrolink & Amtrak station. Just beyond that within walking distance is the Santa Ana Zoo (Orange County's largest) which remains pleasantly tranquil nestled aside the I-5 / SR 55 interchange. Bowers Museum of Cultural Art is a North Santa Ana landmark exhibiting several dozen Orange County historical artifacts as well maintaining Orange County's finest regular rotating exhibitions. Just up the street is Santa Ana's other shopping destination MainPlace Mall and across the street thousands of youth annually enjoy Discovery Science Center and Kidseum, both heralded educational entertainment projects. In West Santa Ana, local golfers enjoy fairways reclaimed from the dry Santa Ana Riverbed at the Riverview Golf Course. Importantly along the city's southerly city limits lays the county's largest Santa Ana International Airport, named after former local Newport Beach and Laguna Beach resident, John Wayne (SNA).
Incorporated circa 1886, Santa Ana became the county seat of government in the newly formed Orange County just two years later. Today 325,000 residents call Santa Ana home and it's the second most densely populated city in this state behind Los Angeles.
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