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Escambia Westgate School

10050 Ashton Brosnaham Rd.

Pensacola, FL.  32534

Phone (850) 494-5700

Fax (850) 494-5702



Terry Colburn

(850) 494-5700 ext.222



Jobenna Sellers

(850) 494-5700 ext.275


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Mission Statement

The mission of Escambia Westgate School is to provide individualized programs of educational excellence in a safe learning environment, while exposing students to various modern technologies and effective instructional techniques. We promote continuous parent and community involvement in school functions and decisions. Escambia Westgate is committed to encouraging the development of practical living skills, positive self-esteem and interpersonal relationships to prepare students for the challenges of the future. 

Escambia Westgate Run, Walk, Wheel 5K

This is a family friendly 5K to raise funds for the construction of a fully adaptive gymnasium to aid in teaching our students motor skills and to provide a venue for recreational events such as Special Olympics and therapy. this year's 5K will be Mardi Gras themed, including a costume contest with prizes for the best adult costume, best child costume, and best group costume!


Registration is now open:



$25 (thur Jan 31st)

$30 (Feb 1st-16th)

$30 (Feb 17th - Race Day)

$10 kids 12 and under


Packet pick-up will be at Escambia Westgate School on Friday, February 17th 3pm-6pm and prior to the race on Saturday, February 18th 6:30am - 7:30am.

Winter Walk 2017

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Winter Walk 2017

On January 17, 2017, we had our annual Winter Walk. The students had a great time listening to winter music and playing in snow. They even got to meet some Frozen friends.

Special Visitors Take a Tour

Special Visitors Take a Tour

On August 12, 2016, a delegation of 8 people from the country of Oman visited the Westgate campus and collected information on how we serve children with special needs.  They toured some of our classrooms and the Snoezelen Complex. The Gulf Coast Citizen Diplomacy Council invited the delegation to look at “Disabled Persons Rights and Accessibility” in Northwest Florida. There are more pictures from their visit at https://flic.kr/s/aHskDg5YjX.