PSCS staff members demonstrate outstanding character, passion,
and a commitment to relationship-driven education.
For Grace Morton, the most important lesson she learned at PSCS had nothing to do with an academic subject. It was about self-discipline.
Grace had been enrolled in a public high school, and admits that she had given up on her education.
“Growing up, I struggled with a learning disability,” she says. “It took me twice as long as everyone in my class just to finish a test. I was constantly nervous and uncomfortable. My doctor prescribed me ADD and anxiety meds to ‘solve’ the problems I was facing in school. I worked so hard in elementary and middle school and I still ended up with average grades, and sometimes barely passing.”