Posts Tagged ‘classes’

You Can Always Be Stronger

Make Tiny Films was on one of several PSCS 2013 Fall Term block class offerings (other 2-week block courses this term: All About the Wall, Crashing Cymbals, Poetry Workshop, and Mindfulness/Neuroscience). Taught by PSCS teaching staff member Nic Warmenhoven, MTF is a two week block class designed to lead students through planning, filming, and editing short…

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PSCS engineers win top awards

PSCS students won top awards among a field of 38 teams at the Popsicle Bridge Contest & PSEC Engineering Fair. The contest, which was held at the Museum of Flight on February 19, challenges teams of high schoolers from all over Puget Sound to build a bridge weighing no more than 13 ounces to span…

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PSCS students balance state budget

Three PSCS students have done something that has so far eluded legislators in Olympia: balance the state budget for the 2011-13 biennium! Students in Nic’s weekly State and Local Public Policy seminar used the League of Education Voters budget app to learn more about legislative options for closing the $4.6 billion budget gap. How did…

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The Most Important Things You Learn at PSCS…

New Student Orientation

By Steve Miranda When I first started at PSCS, I conducted a series of interviews with members of the school community so I could better understand how the educational philosophy gets put into practice. One alumnus said to me, “The most important things at PSCS are not necessarily what goes on in the classes. It’s…

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