From a National Blue Ribbon School to Indiana University, Ivy Tech Community College and the Indiana Center for the Life Sciences – Bloomington is a lifelong learning community.
Public schools in Bloomington beat statewide averages on standardized test scores, and nearly 87 percent of high school graduates go on to college.
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Renowned for classical and international music, Bloomington is also home to Indiana’s largest lake and only National Forest.
With a unique blend of friendly neighborhoods, attractive parks, fine restaurants, and prosperous businesses, it's easy to see why Bloomington is consistently ranked as one of the most livable cities in the country.
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Bloomington has been recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of "America’s Best Cities for Doing Business" and by Forbes Magazine as No. 3 on their list of the "Best Places for Business Careers."
Let us help you succeed in Bloomington.
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With employment in life sciences six times greater than the national average, we can help you go from discovery to development.
Learn more at www.bloomingtonlifesciences.com
E-learning, Bioinformatics, homeland security, Department of Defense and the world's first School of Informatics have made Bloomington a national technology leader.
Learn more at www.bloomingtontech.com