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Neighborhood School Stats
Some of the schools near the apartments in Aspen are Ralph Waldo Emerson Junior High School and Patwin Elementary School. As school district boundaries are not necessarily congruent with county lines, it's important to confer with local school district authorities to confirm that the apartments for rent you are most interested in are also served by the schools you prefer.
The Woodland Joint Unified district has 11 elementary schools, two middle schools and three high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Davis Joint Unified. Woodland Joint Unified district also has a smaller population of students than Davis Joint Unified. Woodland Joint Unified district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Davis Joint Unified district.
Cost of Living and Demographics
With its attractive range of amenities and overall charm, Aspen is a more expensive city than nearby Quail Ridge. While Quail Ridge's average cost per household comes to $58.4K/year, Aspen's comes to $68.7K/year.
The neighborhoods of Aspen and Quail Ridge are similar in terms of household size. In Aspen, the average household size is 2.54 inhabitants, and in Quail Ridge it is 2.48 inhabitants.
The household average income in Aspen is higher than that of households in Quail Ridge, and residents in Aspen are well-educated. Its average household income is $95.1K/year while the median income is $77,320. Compare this to Quail Ridge, where the average income is $77.8K and the median is $52,304. In addition to that, 22% of people in Aspen have attained a master's degree or higher.