Spanning two state of the art facilities: Parkville Campus, Guaynabo, grades PPK-6 and Commonwealth Campus, Hato Rey, grades: 7-12. CPS is a coeducational college preparatory school boasting a tradition of academic excellence (heavily influenced by technology), a diverse student body, and a nurturing community. Here you will learn about our history, current leadership, and vast array of programs.
We commend you on taking the initiative to seek out the perfect school for your child. Commonwealth-Parkville School is committed to providing personal attention during the admissions process in order to ensure a pleasant and seamless journey. In this section you will find general information, forms needed, and testing dates.
Our challenging academic program also focuses on critical, ethical and global matters; preparing our students for a complex and changing world. Our programs include: an award-winning science program, social emotional learning program, Horizons program (mild-learning differences), athletics, and after-school program which allow optimum learning opportunities.
Studies have shown that academic success is enhanced by a supportive and caring school environment. CPS strives to provide essential services to help our students become engaged in school, develop social skills, contribute to their community, and set high academic goals.
The Advancement Department leads four vital areas: communications, marketing, development, and parent relations. We rely on the support and involvement of our entire community. Parent volunteers are essential organizing and carrying out fundraising events and other school activities. Together, we can enrich the school beyond measure.
Our mission at CPS is to provide students an engaging academic program within a caring, collaborative environment that develops leadership skills, creativity and character.
CPS Fast Facts
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highly recognized student body
award winning science program
8:1 student teacher ratio
100% college acceptances
full English immersion/strong Spanish program
targeted faculty training
WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
After moving around so often, one gets used to just "attending" a school. However, this cannot be said for CPS. The student becomes an integrative part of the learning experience. I am grateful to be part of the community.
Gabriella Prieto CPS Class of 2019
CPS is the best school I could possibly ask for. I have met incredible, accepting people from all types of backgrounds; I've been able to seek opportunities and learn about a world far beyond our textbooks all while feeling as if I'm surrounded by family.
Sofia Villamil, Class of 2020
From the moment I set foot on CPS as a new student in 10th grade, I felt welcomed and supported by the administration and student body. Even as an introverted person, the tight-knit community fostered by CPS helped me flourish in unforeseen ways.
María Hidalgo, CPS Class of 2021 US Presidential Scholar Candidate Dartmouth College'25
Thank you for everything you do to provide a healthy environment for our daughter and all the children at school. More importantly, thank you for delivering the best education and other values that enhance personal development in our children.
Cassandra & Hernán Pround CPS Parents to Alessandra Marrero'34
The most important decision you will make as a parent is deciding which school is right for them. When we walked into CPS, we immediately knew we had found the right school for our boys.
Commonwealth-Parkville School | A Private College Preparatory school located in two separate campuses Elementary School (Grades PPK-6) in Guaynabo and Middle and High School (Grades 7-12) in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico.