Commonwealth-Parkville School (CPS) is committed to preparing all our students to successfully interact in a globalized world and the challenges it entails. CPS has been a pioneer in Puerto Rico of 21st Century Education. In 2009, CPS adopted a set of educational initiatives for 21st century learning known as Project 21. Since then, the school has consistently implemented elements of this paradigm for education in its curriculum and programs.
We provide our students with a comprehensive curriculum that includes all the required academic courses as well as courses for enrichment, such as: fine arts (visual and performing), languages, physical education, robotics, and computer classes. Additionally, we offer Advanced Placement (AP) courses and a diversity of electives courses. Special emphasis is given to the development of critical thinking and technology skills across the CPS curriculum. These rich educational experiences prepare students well for standardized testing.
In order to nurture the students’ social and emotional growth, CPS provides them with plentiful opportunities to become well-rounded individuals with a deep sense of citizenship. They may join clubs, participate in sports, and national organizations. Through these extracurricular activities they develop teamwork, leadership, and essential skills to succeed in life.