Scholars in classroom

Reach your full potential at West Middle School

We guide and support our students to become creative, collaborative, and critical thinkers. 

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XinXing scholars make dumplings during Lunar New Year

Chinese Immersion

Our Immersion programs develop multilingual globally-minded scholars

who are competent in culture, contemporary society, history, and literature. 

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Scholars jump into cold plunge pool

Together as one community

Our community school model is ensuring that our students
feel like whole people and that they are able to enter this space feeling
equal to their peers regardless of their circumstances outside this building. 

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2024-25 Course Registration

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West Middle School is a 6-8 school located in Minnetonka.  Through our International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP), we offer meaningful and relevant learning opportunities and inspire students to become critical thinkers, problem solvers, and designers who aspire to make the world a better place. As a full-service community school, West partners with local organizations and businesses to provide a range of services and programs beyond traditional academic instruction. West is also home to the middle-level Chinese Immersion program.

West Middle School News

Ensuring safety through existing and enhanced security policies

In order to provide all of this to our students and position them for success in the world, we must also have schools where each student feels safe and secure. I want to share what we have done and will do to ensure safe and secure conditions for all students.

Hopkins Park Marching Band logo

The Hopkins Park Marching Band will be performing at an event near you this summer! The Hopkins and St. Louis Park marching bands have teamed up to perform music at a variety of parades and festivals.


Congratulations Class of 2024! Last week we celebrated more than 400 scholars as they walked across the stage.