2016 Open House

The PSCS Fall Open House for prospective families is Sunday, October 30, 2016 from 12:30-2:30pm. If you are considering PSCS for the 2017-18 school year, please join us for this event. We accept applications from students entering the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grades as well as the occasional 5th and 10th grader. PSCS requires…

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Giving Tuesday

There is a day for giving thanks. There are two days for getting deals. Now, there is #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. Consider a…

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Spirit Day 2015

On Thursday, October 15, PSCS celebrated national Spirit Day by dressing in various shades of purple. Students wore purple socks, necklaces, t-shirts, and whole outfits to bring awareness to anti-bullying initiatives and in support of LGBT youth.

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Weekly Announcements for the PSCS Community

Week of September 21-26 OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS ART Teen artists, get noticed! Learn how to build an online portfolio and tell the story behind your art, whether you make paintings, poems, or something completely different. Professional designer Raj Makker will teach you how to write about your art, take photos with a DSLR camera, and…

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Staff Wish List

PSCS is a Non Profit 501(c)3 and all donations are FULLY tax deductible. Daydreams (1) Keyboard amp ($250) (1) New pickup for Upright Bass ($200) (2) Jazz Cymbals HH & dry 22” ride priority ($400) (1) Tiny Drumset ($395) Thank you Guitar Center! (1) Quality guitar amp ($250) (1) 4/4 Violin ($200+) (1) New Projector…

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PSCS | EVENING COURSE SERIES | KINDNESS

KINDNESS CURRICULUM with Andy Smallman Hosted by the Family Association and taught by Puget Sound Community School co-founder, Andy Smallman, this course will span three Tuesday evenings in April. The curriculum will focus on kindness and  mindfulness —with each course building on the previous week’s lessons. Andy founded PSCS 21-years ago, has been offering kindness…

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If it weren’t for pscs…

Listen up, my fellow alum. This isn’t hyperbole: If it weren’t for Puget Sound Community School, I wouldn’t be here today. I’d be somewhere, sure, but I wouldn’t be here, in my office, all happy with the direction of my life and proud of the man I’ve become. Before PSCS, school just didn’t make sense…

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Art on the Move

PSCS students created two new classmates in Scobie’s Tape Sculpture class last term. Ricky the Hitchhiker was sculpted with a protruding thumb, designed to travel cross country. Lucy the Climber was sculpted to look like a student climbing a wall, fence, or any manner of scaleable city. Both sculptures were randomly dropped off in Seattle’s…

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