PSCS is governed by a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees.

Officers of the board are elected from among the trustees at the annual board meeting in the spring of each year. Board meetings, unless otherwise designated by the board president, are open to the general public but, due to space restrictions, we do request that you contact the school in advance if you are planning to attend.

PSCS complies with all requirements to hold public documents for review: Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and others. Contact the school if you have questions about these documents.

Eve Keller

President, Board of Trustees

Read More

Jonathan Mvududu

Bio Coming Soon.

Read More

Tynor Fujimoto

Bio Coming Soon.

Read More

Madeline Stein

Alumni advisor to the Board. Bio Coming Soon.

Read More

Featured Profile

Jared Laird

Jared Laird

When Jared Laird came to PSCS as a student in 2009, he was tired of being just another face in his old school of more than 1000 students, and frustrated with classes that moved too slowly. “I felt more at home at PSCS then I ever did at my old school,” Jared says. “I didn’t feel like a number. I felt like a part of the community and I was always treated with respect.” PSCS encourages students to expand their notion of when and where learning can happen. While he was a student, Jared seized on this idea and submitted an application to be a student representative on the Board of Trustees. “A lot of PSCS has to do with controlling your education,” he says. “And being on the board was sort of an extreme to that. I think it’s important to represent student concerns and how I personally feel about certain changes. It was an amazing experience. My dad works in finance, so I’m always hearing a lot about business. It’s really cool to see numbers in action, seeing how the board works, and how it solves problems.” One of Jared’s top priorities as a board member was ensuring that the school’s philosophy of honoring each individual student is held sacred. He remembers witnessing the power of this idea at his first PSCS graduation ceremony, in which seniors are celebrated one at a time. Graduates will read their credo, or statement of belief, and then receive appreciations from members of the community that can last almost an hour. “At the end of my first year, one of my first friends at the school, Noni, was graduating,” Jared remembers. “It was amazing to hear her beliefs, hear her talking and not some elected student representative. It was amazing to see and hear all the appreciations.” Read More >