November 15, 2012
I have one child in the 6th grade at PUCS and two that have attended K-8 - "Lifers" as we call them. The older two are now at public high schools. Both feel they were well prepared by their PUCS teachers to not only survive the highs and lows of public education but to actually thrive. PUCS is an environment that communicates to their students the message, "We see you, we really see you!". Each child is treated as gifted and the "gift" is unwrapped and children are seen. Fiscally, I can't believe they can do so much with so little. Very reasonable tuition and even scholarship support make this diverse learning community a gem in the city!
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