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According to wholevehicles, the Bahamas is an archipelagic island nation located in the Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Cuba and southeast of Florida. It consists of more than 700 islands, cays, and islets in total. The country’s total area is 13,939 square kilometers with a population of over 400,000 people. The capital city is Nassau located on the island of New Providence. English is the official language and Christianity is practiced by most citizens. The terrain of the Bahamas consists mainly of flat and low-lying coral islands with some higher areas on its northern part. The climate is tropical marine with mild winters and hot summers due to its proximity to the equator. Education in the Bahamas has been highly valued since colonial times when schools were established for religious studies as well as for teaching languages such as English and Spanish. Primary education starts at age five and lasts for nine years until grade 9; secondary education consists of two levels: general secondary school (grades 10-12) and higher education (university level). All public schools provide free education until grade 9 while private schools offer alternative options such as international schools that teach English or other languages as well as vocational schools that specialize in certain areas such as engineering or business management. Higher education institutions include universities, polytechnics, pedagogical institutes, technical institutes located throughout the islands along with distance learning courses to gain access to higher levels of studies from home or abroad as well as online learning platforms such as Open Universities Bahamas which offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses online. Check andyeducation for Bahamas School and Education.


Bahamas Weather and Climate

Geographical location The Bahamas consists of 700 islands, only 30 of which are permanently inhabited. Around 360,000 inhabitants live in an area of ​​13,939 square kilometers, around 25 inhabitants per square kilometer. According to...