New Staff

PSCS is pleased to welcome our newest administrative team-member, Valerie Diaz Leroy. Val brings with her a depth of knowledge and experience, which includes education and programming, as well as music, collaboration and team building, and equity and accountability. She was drawn to PSCS because “this community is dedicated to working together to confront systemic…

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PSCS Creative Cafe

We invite you to join us for the same live musical magic, and also to celebrate the many other ways our student’s and staff create: Digital and Visual art, Fearless English, Short Plays, Cephalopod and Sapiens exhibits, Research Presentations, and more.

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Gay Parent Magazine

Every Wednesday, PSCS Affinity Groups meet for an hour in solidarity, support, and fun. Ally groups meet in solidarity, but also to further our understanding of our various privileges and biases—and practice integrating accountability with action.

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PSCS Weekly Admissions Q&As are informal, online, opportunities for prospective parents/guardians and students, as well as volunteers, educators, and organizers, interested in learning more about community-centered education and collaborative leadership. RSVP for a link. Admissions Timeline

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Puget Sound Community School | Nonprofit Fundraising Lead If you are you excited by the idea of progressive education, collaborative leadership, and community-centric fundraising practices, we hope to connect! Founded in 1994, Puget Sound Community School (PSCS) is a small, independent middle and high school located in the Chinatown-International District of downtown Seattle. PSCS is…

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LOVE SCHOOL.

The PSCS 22-23 Annual Giving Campaign kicked off on October 1! Please consider donating supporting Puget Sound Community School in helping educate compassionate, engaged citizens of the world. We ask our students to choose community every day, even when it feels hard to show up. Families, friends, and supporters, please join us in our efforts.…

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Puget Sound Community School (PSCS) alum parent and Crosscut staff reporter, Knute Berger, recently wrote  “On ‘zealous’ parents and corrupt college admissions,” his comments on the college entrance scandal.

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PSCS Life – The “Why” Behind Annual Giving

You’ve probably heard that annual giving is pretty important to the PSCS community. But, what is most often misunderstood, is that we expect everyone in our community to contribute to our annual fundraising efforts, each year—board members (we already have 100% from this group), staff (we already have 100% from this group), and all our…

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2/7/19: Financial Aid Applications Due

All prospective AND current PSCS families, if you are applying for financial aid for the 2019-20 school year—you’ll need to log into FACTS and complete your application by February 7, 2019.

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July 19: PSCS Summer Program!

PSCS is excited to announce that we will be offering summer programming starting in 2019. Summer Program Information will be posted on the website this February.

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