Posts Tagged ‘featured’

1 Axolotl, 3 Sams, & the 25th Anniversary of PSCS!

Welcome to the 25th anniversary of Puget Sound Community School! A quarter-century ago, the idea of PSCS began to percolate in the hearts and minds of Andy Smallman, Melinda Shaw, and a small group of families for whom “school” did not mean “accepting or enduring the status quo.” It was agreed upon that a loving…

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11/3: Fall Open House

Join us for the PSCS fall Open House for prospective families— and discover progressive education at it’s most supportive.   Saturday, November 3, 12-3pm RSVP & Inquiries   This event is being held for those families seeking enrollment in middle or high school in the 2019-20 school year.   Why PSCS “PSCS was founded upon…

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PSCS in the NYT

PSCS and PSCS senior, Sofia Martin, were recently featured in an article on gender identity and youth. “I’ve been thinking a lot about who I am,” Sofia recalled saying at the morning meeting, a daily assembly of the school’s 52 students and staff members. “I’ve come to the decision that I’m nonbinary, which means that I’m…

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PSCS Visit Mornings

PSCS will be holding Visit Mornings on most Wednesdays and Fridays in January and February. On time applications are due January 11, but some rolling admissions can occur depending on space. Please email the admissions director to start a dialogue and make your appointment. Application Timeline How to Apply

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PSCS Founder Featured in New Book

Laura Schroff, author of An Invisible Thread—a 2011 #1 New York Times and international best-seller—has just released her new book, Angels on Earth: Inspiring Stories of Fate, Friendship, and the Power of Connections, which features thirty stories that highlight the impact of kindness in the world. Last fall, PSCS founder and director, Andy Smallman, was…

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