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The education system is designed according to a British pattern. Schooling is compulsory and free between the ages of 5 and 16. Most schools are run by various religious communities with the help of government grants. About 80% of the students go on to secondary school, which includes seven years starting at the age of 12. The University of the West Indies has a branch in Saint George's, where there is also a medical college and an agricultural and teaching college (The Technical and Vocational Institute). 97% of the population over the age of 15 is literate. See TOPSCHOOLSINTHEUSA for TOEFL, ACT, SAT testing locations and high school codes in Grenada.

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Grenada - Saint George's

Saint George's

Saint George's, capital of Grenada, Caribbean; 3,000 residents (2012). Saint George's, which is located on the southwestern coast of the island, has an excellent harbor from which cocoa and bananas are exported. The main industries are sugar and rum production. Tourism has become increasingly important.

The city dates back to a French settlement from 1650. Saint George's has a university.


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