Alumni Entrepreneurs

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Alumni Entrepreneurs

Andrew Smallman, BA, 1988


Puget Sound Community School

Type of Business

Nonprofit Middle & High School

Date of Operation


Contact Information

660 S Dearborn St.
Seattle, WA 98134

(206) 324-4350

Email Andrew

Description of business, organization, invention

The central educational purpose of PSCS is to help students learn to use their minds well while becoming thoughtful, sincere, and respectful global citizens. We believe the best way to do this is to provide our students a collaborative educational community that respects and honors their individuality, challenges them to step outside their comfort zones, and encourages them to pursue those things that bring them joy. So honored, our students discover and learn to use their natural gifts. They develop a deep sense of self by creating meaningful expressions of their passions in the world. This humanistic approach allows students to experience personal success and fulfillment now, and in the future as capable engaged adults.

Evergreen helped prepare me for my professional life in the following way

I graduated from high school thinking education was something done to you instead of something you do for yourself. Evergreen helped me realize that my education was just that, mine. Very quickly at Evergreen, I asked myself why I couldn't have been a partner in my education at a much younger age. With such a question in mind, I set about to create an Evergreen-like school for middle & high schoolers.