District Profile

Nationally Recognized

Constellation Schools: Westpark Community Middle

Serving students and families for twenty years, Constellation Schools provides a high-quality education that integrates the teaching of character education, values and self-discipline, incorporates technology (providing personal laptops in grades 2-12), stresses the importance of school attendance and addresses the emotional needs of each student. While our highly qualified teachers focus on specific educational needs, getting to know the whole child is a responsibility every employee takes seriously. It is a privilege to serve our families, and we welcome the opportunity to become partners in the education of your child!

Constellation Schools: Westpark Community Middle (WCM) opened in 2006 and has grown to over 215 students in grades 5-8.


Partners with our Parents

"People who care are the most valuable thing the school has to offer."
- Joe Finnegan

"Westpark is so welcoming and concerned about all who enter!"
- Carla Barrrett

"Transitioning for my children coming from another school was easy due to staff assistance with school forms and the school environment as a whole."
- Chrissy Briggs


School Snapshots

Academic Growth on AIR Tests

  • 19% increase in 5th grade English/Language Arts
  • 22% increase in 7th grade Reading
  • 25% increase in 8th grade Math

2016/2017 Student Demographics

  • 60% Caucasian, 24% Hispanic, 10% African American, 5% Multiracial
  • 53% of students qualify for federal free/reduced meals
  • Average student to teacher ratio is 22:1

Student activities offered at Constellation Schools: Westpark Community Middle

  • Basketball & Volleyball
  • Art, NASA/STEM, Gaming & Debate Clubs
  • Power of the Pen
  • Girls on the Run
  • Heart & Sole
  • Yearbook
  • Student Council
  • Newspaper

Community Connections

Our goal is to be a part of the neighborhood in which we serve by collaborating with local organizations to give back to the community.

  • Participate in The Hooley on Kamm's Corners
  • Participate in Hoops for Heart supporting the American Heart Association
  • Participate in Pennies for Patience supporting the Leukemia Society
  • Partner with First District Police as outreach with food, toiletries, and clothing donations