There is a lot of diversity to be found in Silver Spring. The flagship high school, Montgomery Blair High, is so diverse that there is no recognized majority group because every major ethnic and racial group claims a significant percentage of registered students. There are a wide variety of employers based in Silver Spring, including biotech and media companies, the federal government, and even the headquarters of a convenience store chain. With two golf courses, an oceanic museum, and the Great Shoals Winery, you have a lot of options when looking for entertainment or knowledge. There's even Wheaton Regional Park, which offers different activities based on the season, such as ice skating in the winter. If a walking tour will help you find more to do, there are two to try out in the area.

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Silver Spring, Maryland is a beautiful and historic community situated just six miles north of Washington, D.C. Since the 1980s, Silver Spring has held a steady population of upward of 70,000 people, but has recently been through its very own local renaissance in the form of new residential and commercial developments, from downtown to the city's outer edge. Beautiful homes, both historic and modern, are available in a variety of sizes and styles, from 4-bedroom ranches to 1-bedroom townhouses.

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