Located 45 miles southeast of Los Angeles, the town of Corona offers an ethnically-diverse population with first rate amenities and high levels of educational attainment. Within the city limits, you'll find 394 acres of parks with plenty of opportunity for outdoor recreation and sports enjoyment. The city also offers plenty in terms of culture and entertainment, including a large public library and the Fender Museum of Music and Arts.
Because so many Corona residents find value in higher education, the city is home to two schools that had a total enrollment 572 students in 2014. While no large institutions of higher education reside in the Corona, the two schools call Corona home offer a wide range of four-year and two-year degrees, plus certificates and career diplomas.
With 446 students enrolled in 2014, ITT Technical Institute of Corona focuses on preparing Corona students for careers in technology and computer-related fields. Bachelor's and associate degrees available at this campus include those in information technology, electronics technology, drafting and design, and business.
As a less-than-two-year institution with a focus on career advancement in beauty and barbering, Salon Success Academy offers career diplomas and certificates in cosmetology, aesthetics, and barbering. Enrollment included 126 students in 2014, and the schools boasts a student-to-faculty ratio of 24 to 1.
Although Corona is considered a suburb of some of the larger cities nearby, it is home to more than its share of economic opportunity. Businesses with headquarters in Corona include the Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Monster Beverage, Saleen, Watson Pharmaceuticals, and West Coast Customs. Employers offering the most jobs in the Corona area include the Corona - Norco school district, Corona Regional Medical Center, Watson Pharmaceuticals, and the City of Corona. Median household income in Corona was $77,123 in 2013, and the median housing value was $324,600.
Out of Corona's 159,503 residents in 2013, 25.1 percent were foreign born. Further, 41.2 percent of Corona residents spoke a language other than English at home that year. Out of adults ages 25-64, 25.8 percent held a Bachelor's degree in 2013, and 83.3 percent held a high school diploma. Additionally, 67.3 percent of Corona residents owned their home from 2009-2013.
Corona, California is the perfect place for businesses and individuals seeking a better life. In addition to a high standard of living, high levels of employment, and plenty of educational opportunity, Corona offers more than 34 million square feet of industrial space and more than 3 million square feet of office space either in existence or currently being planned.
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(Student count includes part-time and full-time; not all students live in the city or town. Data as of 2007.)
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