Vestavia Hills is located five miles south of the city of Birmingham. The name "Vestavia" came, in part, from the replica of the Roman Temple of "Vest Via" that stood on Shades Mountain when the city was established. Today, a portion of that temple, the garden house called Temple of Sibyl remains, where it overlooks the entrance to the city. The present population is 23,500.
Vestavia Hills was named as one of the 50 Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family by Lee and SaraLee Rosenberg. The publication cited the lush green streetscapes, access to a fast-growing job market, a very low crime rate, little pollution, great recreation and culture, easy accessibility to business and shopping, and tremendous community spirit. Finally, the publication
speaks highly of our school system, calling it the "heartbeat of the community."
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Each student - well educated, well prepared - a contributor
in today's and tomorrow's world.
Vestavia Hills City Schools is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 6
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