Levittown, Pennsylvania is home to just under 53,000 people and is often called the largest suburb of Philadelphia, which is located just a few miles away. More than 75 percent of the households in the area, which consists of 42 different neighborhoods in 10 square miles, are families. Levittown has a below average unemployment rate in comparison to the rest of the state, and homes are about $224,000.
Students in Levittown, Pennsylvania attend one of three school districts, depending on which neighborhood they live in. The districts are Neshaminy School District, Bristol Township School District and Pennsbury School District. Several private, religiously affiliated schools also operate in Levittown. The city has a below average college-age population, but those who do attend usually go to Bucks County Community College, which is nine miles from town, or Rider University, which is 11 miles away. Several other colleges are also nearby.
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