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Coral Springs, Florida: Quiz


Question 1: The landmark ________ was built that same year to promote the town.
PennsylvaniaUnited StatesVermontCovered bridge

Question 2: Four professional athletes are from Coral Springs: MLS soccer player Stephen Herdsman, and NFL football players ________, Steve Hutchinson, and Cody Brown.
LaVar ArringtonOrlando PaceDan MorganJulius Peppers

Question 3: The only limited-access highway in Coral Springs is the ________ (State Road 869), which borders the city on its northern and western edges.
Florida State Road 836Interstate 595 (Florida)Florida's TurnpikeFlorida State Road 869

Question 4: Higher education is offered by ________, Nova Southeastern University and Broward Community College through a partnership with Coral Springs Charter School.
Barry UniversityFlorida Southern CollegeRollins CollegeStetson University

Question 5: The short-lived professional soccer team Coral Springs Kicks (________) was based in the city.
USL First DivisionUSL Second DivisionUnited Soccer Leagues 2009United Soccer Leagues

Question 6: Its primary daily newspapers are the South Florida-Sun Sentinel and ________, and their Spanish-language counterparts El Sentinel and El Nuevo Herald.
Fort Worth Star-TelegramThe Charlotte ObserverLexington Herald-LeaderThe Miami Herald

Question 7: ________ and Royal Plastics Group have subsidiaries headquartered in the city as well.
SwedbankNokiaScania (company)ABB Group

Question 8: Public primary and secondary education is handled by the ________ District (BCPSD).
Coral Springs High SchoolMonarch High School (Florida)Broward County Public SchoolsAtlantic Technical Center

Question 9: The construction of the ________ in 1986 brought even more growth.
Interstate 595 (Florida)Florida's TurnpikeFlorida State Road 836Florida State Road 869

Question 10: As of 2000, 2.1% of the city's population was from Haiti,[41] 2.05% of the population was from ________,[42] and 1.72% of the population was from Cuba.
Colombian armed conflict (1964–present)Valle del Cauca DepartmentColombiaQuindío Department


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