Hialeah, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, had a city population of 209,971 and metro population of 5,422,200 in 2006. Known for being the fifth largest city in Florida, Hialeah is known for its diversity. It is mostly a working city and consists of a lot of residents with Latin American and Carribean descent. Telemundo, the second largest Spanish speaking TV network in the country, is headquartered in Hialeah. The city is also recognized as the most dense city in the United States with no skyscrapers. This city has access to different types of public transportation and major highways. Residents and tourists in Hialeah can use the Amtrak, Tri-Rail, and Metro-Rail to get to different parts of the city. Those with cars can use the I-75, Palmetto, Turnpike, and US27. The educational system in Hialeah is superb. Two high schools in Hialeah, Miami Lakes Educational Center and Mater Academy Charter High School, were recognized as “Silver” award winners by U.S. News & World Report’s “Best High Schools' 2008 Search”. Managed by the Miami-Dade Public Schools’ system, high schools in the area include Barbara Goleman High School and Hialeah High School. Residents of Hialeah have the option of going to Miami-Dade College Hialeah Campus for college.