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Open House Information

PSCS Winter Open House

Wednesday, January 16 2019

660 S. Dearborn Street

Seattle, Wa 98134

please RSVP and tell us a bit about your student


PSCS Winter Open House

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

660 S. Dearborn Street

please RSVP and tell us a bit about your student

Seattle, Wa 98134

please RSVP and tell us a bit about your student

Application Timeline

1. Inquiry

The first step in the PSCS admissions process is to call, email, or log in directly to Ravenna—and start a dialogue about your student(s).

2. Admissions Open House

PSCS will host two Open Houses this year, where prospective families can meet alum, current students, and  staff, take some "classes," and tour PSCS. Please RSVP via Ravenna.

*Attending an Open House is not an application requirement.

PSCS Fall Open House
Saturday, November 3, 2018 from 12-3pm.

PSCS Winter Open House
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 from 6-8pm

3. Visitation Mornings for Families

Visitation Mornings are scheduled in groups on a specific day of the week from 8:4o-11:40am. We consider these to be a critical part of our application process and we do occasionally schedule them outside our specified Visitation Days or outside of the regular admissions cycle. These are for the student and parent(s).

You can call to schedule a Visitation Morning or schedule directly through our online hub, Ravenna.

4. Early Enrollment for Siblings & Staff Families (2019-20 school year)

Early sibling Application, Fee, & Preliminary Materials Deadline 11/21/18.
Supplemental Materials Deadline 12/1/18.
Early sibling decision posted 12/21/18.

All preliminary materials, supplemental materials are to be submitted via Ravenna.

5. Application & Fees (2019-20 school year)

Application, Fee, & Preliminary Materials Deadline, January 15, 2019
Supplemental Materials Deadline February 1, 2019

All preliminary materials, supplemental materials should be submitted through Ravenna.

6. Tuition Aid Application Due (2019-20 school year)

Tuition Aid applications for the 2018-19 school year are due February 7, 2019 (via FACTS). Subjective data letters for the Aid Committee are also due February 7, 2019. Please visit the Tuition Aid Info page before applying.

7. Applicant Visits & Parent Interviews

After we receive an application and fee, prospective students can then be scheduled for a Full Day Visit via Ravenna. We will then open Parent Interview scheduling. These will be held January/February/March 2019 (contact us to discuss rolling admissions outside of these deadlines).

8. Enrollment Decisions

After the applicant visit and parent interview, enrollment decisions (accepted, not accepted, waitlisted) will be posted to Ravenna on 3/15/19. Tuition Aid decisions will be sent home that week as well.

9. Contract & Deposit

Once a student has been offered admission and decides to join the PSCS community, an enrollment contract and deposit are due 3/22/19.

PSCS is a Washington state approved middle & high school and accepts applications for students entering grades 6-10. To be enrolled at PSCS is to be immersed in an ongoing process of collaboration that requires personal engagement and commitment to the community. As such, we require prospective parents and students to experience PSCS in person in order to see this process first-hand. Once you are ready to apply, PSCS now accepts applications via Ravenna—an online application hub.

  • If your family is considering PSCS, and has not yet been in for a Visitation Morning please fill out an inquiry in Ravenna and we'll get in touch with you within two days (please allow a bit more time if we are on school break.
  • If you have already been in for a Visitation Morning and wish to apply directly please click the button below to be taken directly to Ravenna.

 

Featured Profile

Eve Keller

  Eve Keller is the President of the PSCS Board of Trustees. She is also an artist who lives and works in the Mt. Baker neighborhood of Seattle, and is the proud mother of recent college graduate Sally Roberts. After growing up in Indianapolis, IN, Eve found her way to Seattle in 1986, and PSCS in 2015. Eve was introduced to the PSCS community by former board member and board president Dana Bettinger in 2016, and currently serves as board...

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