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Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Public School System serves the town. Marianas High School is located in Susupe.
Three major hotels serve the Susupe area and its surrounding neighborhoods. (Several little hotels also provide the area with more affordable options.)
- Kanoa Resort Saipan (formerly Grand Hotel)
- Aquarius Beach Tower
- Saipan World Resort (formerly Diamond Hotel)
Lake Susupe is the only lake in Saipan and is located in the village of Susupe. It is home to a few species of birds found only in the Marianas. One of the endangered birds, the Mariana Common Moorhen, has a Saipan population of 30-40. It is unknown what natural trees grew here because they were cleared in the 1930s to make room for sugar cane fields and the native fish died when the Tilapia was introduced in the 1960s. Today, large Ironwood trees grow and, in some places, very thick 6-foot-tall (1.8 m) reeds. There are also 17 little ponds around the lake. The ponds and even the lake are home to very large fancy-tail guppies. The lake is often visited by birds from Asia who migrate to Lake Susupe during the winter.
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