Your donations, no matter the size, enable us devote more money to funding tuition aid as we continue developing our unique programs. Thank you for giving in support of PSCS. We’re building something extraordinary, and we’re doing it together.

PSCS Parent

“The tragedy of school shootings underscores my gratitude for PSCS: First, as a community that uniquely embodies respect for all; second, as a model to the world of engaged and caring people, of all ages; and third, as my daughter's school. Not only do I trust for her physical and emotional safety, I also trust the depth and quality of the learning—on high school shootings, movies, teenage drinking, college, politics, (everything!)—that I know she will be surrounded with at PSCS.”

PSCS Volunteer

"I am very grateful for all the staff, friends, and families that are a part of PSCS. I know so many wonderful human beings because of my relationship with the school. My life and my self would not be the same without you.”

PSCS Alum

"Thank you for giving me the courage and tools to develop my passions."

PSCS Alum

“...I’ve gone to a school where my voice has been valued, where I’ve been given the opportunity to make my own choices, and where compassion has been paramount. A place with teachers who have actually cared about me and how I’ve been doing. A place where I’ve learned how to read. And when I say learned how to read I don’t mean learned to read, I mean learned how to read...”

PSCS Parent

"I am writing to express my thanks for your vision and labor in creating PSCS, and for the positive impact PSCS has had for my daughter.  I am so pleased to report that she feels very safe at PSCS and is genuinely excited to go to school—she is also invested in being responsible and meeting the expectations of the team there.  To go from total school avoidance to managing school responsibilities in a few months is a testament to the power of the PSCS model.  I know you all work hard to make this vision possible for the entire school.  In addition, you all helped make it possible for my daughter, specifically, to be able to attend."

Featured Profile

Gracie Morton

For Gracie Morton, the most important lesson she learned at PSCS had nothing to do with an academic subject. It was about self-discipline. She 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...

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