Access, enrichment, and support for some of the Valley's most promising students
Project Excellence is an elite, award-winning scholarship program with a community outreach emphasis. This program was established by PCDS in 1987. The mission of the PCDS Project Excellence is to enrich, engage and empower first generation college-bound students from local public schools and partnering organizations, their educations, and their parents by providing resources, academic enrichment, and opportunities that encourage intellectual, cultural, and personal growth.
Phoenix Country Day School’s Project Excellence imparts the necessary skills to be successful by providing resources and opportunities that most students do not have access to during their regular school day.
Components of Project Exellence
Phoenix Country Day School’s Project Excellence recognizes that students/participants come from different backgrounds and educational opportunities so each application is evaluated on an individual basis. Admission to the program is contingent on space availability, successful completion and strength of your application, overall fit in the program, and meeting the general requirements of the program.
All PCDS Project Excellence Programs are free to participants and are funded by the generous support of individuals, grants from local foundations, businesses and the Phoenix Country Day School community.
For more information contact: Molly Castro, Project Excellence Director
Students from the following districts, schools, and programs are supported through PCDS Project Excellence:
AZ Quest for Kids
Aguila Youth Leadership Alhambra Traditional
Boys Hope Girls Hope
Glendale Unified High
Irene Lopez Middle
Pat Tillman Middle
Phoenix Union High
Tolleson Elementary Vista College