District Profile

Nationally Recognized

Constellation Schools: Stockyard Community Middle Warriors

Serving students and families for eight years, Constellation Schools: Stockyard Community Middle provides a high-quality education that integrates the teaching of character education, values and self-discipline, incorporates technology (providing personal laptops in grades 7-8), 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: Stockyard Community Middle opened in 2010 and has grown to over 60 students in grades 7-8.


Partners with our Parents

“I chose Constellation Schools: Stockyard as my grandson’s school because all of the staff there cares about all the students and makes sure they learn and are all treated the same. Everyone there is awesome and works with the parents as well as the students.”
- Alice I, grandmother of student


School Snapshots

Academic Growth on MAP Tests

  • The MAP approved district assessment is administered three times a year in the winter, spring, and summer.
  • The following grade levels exceeded the National Mean Growth:
    • Reading
      • Seventh grade by 10 points
      • Eighth grade by 11 points
    • Math
      • Seventh grade by 11 points
      • Eighth grade by 14 points

2017-2018 Student Demographics

  • 44% Hispanic, 43% Caucasian, 10% African American, 2% Asian
  • 100% of students qualify for federal free/reduced meals
  • Average student to teacher ratio is 17:1

Recognition

  • 2011 & 2016 Constellation Schools Basketball Champions
  • 2017 Constellation Schools Volleyball Champions

Community Connections

At Stockyard, we recognize each student as part of our surrounding community and strive to teach skills required of a good citizen. In doing so, we recognize that being involved in the community is vital. Active partnerships include:

  • Metro West Community Development Office
  • Near West Recreation
  • Art House
  • Cleveland Public Library
  • The Centers for Families and Children
  • Community Policing

Giving Back to the Community

  • 2018 - $1419.00 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • 2018 - $993.30 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • 2018 - over 50 pet items donated to the Cleveland Animal Protective League
  • 2017 - $1696.43 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • 2017 - $1145.91 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • 2017 - Canned Food Drive fed 31 families for one week through The Heavenly Harvest Food Pantry
  • 2016 - over 50 gifts donated to Cleveland Christian Home for the holiday season