PSCS provides students with a collaborative environment, community support, and ownership of their education.
Although many of the courses and activities at PSCS are cross-grade, PSCS is divided into two distinct but overlapping programs: middle school and high school. Students who fully embrace the opportunities offered at PSCS show consistent progress in self-expression, leadership, and skill building in almost any endeavor, and are starting to recognize they are part of something bigger than themselves.
"I’ve gone to a school where my voice has been valued, where I've been given the opportunity to make my own choices and compassion has been paramount. A place with teachers who have actually care about me and how I'm doing. A place where I learned how to read. And when I say learned how to read, I don’t mean learned how to read, I mean I learned how to read.”
-pscs senior credo
Angus Breon ’19 made a video game for his Senior Project, combining his passions for puzzles, gaming, and coding. Angus learned how to use a program called Unreal Engine, as well as other tools he would need
later on in the project. He shared his process, trials and tribulations, along with the final game, at
Senior Showcase. Angus currently attends St. Martin’s University.