Why your support matters
Recently, a Puget Sound Community School alum stopped by to say hello. He also dropped off two prints he’d made, both wonderfully bright and intricate. On the back of one, he had handwritten his signature and a note:
Thank you for giving me the courage and tools to develop my passions.
Adam attended PSCS when the school had no permanent site, before we gave out diplomas, and when small, independent schools were still considered a new fad.
Since his time here, this school has grown in both size and confidence. Twenty-three years ago, Andy and Melinda started PSCS with 11 students and their fingers crossed. Now we have 44 students, a well established—and currently expanding—site in Downtown Seattle, as well as flourishing middle and high school programs.
This past June, we graduated our largest senior class ever—10 students—some of whom are going off to college (Sarah Lawrence, Reed, New School, Evergreen) while the others are busy making music, working, and living their lives on their own terms.
Your donations, no matter the size, enable us devote more money to funding tuition aid as we continue developing our unique programs. Thank you for giving in support of PSCS. We’re building something extraordinary, and we’re doing it together.