Give back to the place that gave you a start.
PCDS continues to soar as a result of the generosity of generations of alumni and past families giving back to the school. From coming back to campus or attending national PCDS alumni events, to supporting each other through PCDS:Connect, or by donating to the Alumni Scholarship Fund, our alumni continue to create a legacy that will influence generations of PCDS students.
How Do I Give?
- Make a gift or pledge below
- Consider a monthly or annually recurring gift on your credit card
- Click here to see if your employer will match your PCDS donation
MYTH: You're looking for gifts beyond my reach.
FACT: Every gift amount makes a difference! We ask you to make an annual, recurring gift or pledge that's meaningful to you.
- $50 can provide athletic gear for a scholarship student athlete to be prepared to play his/her sport
- $75 helps to purchase a textbook for a scholarship recipient
- $100 provides lunch for one month for an Upper School scholarship recipient
- $200 would purchase a business suit for a Speech and Debate scholarship student
- $250 provides a laptop for a scholarship recipient
- $500 covers a bus pass for a student to get to and from school each day for one academic year
- $1000 allows for extracurricular activities that tuition doesn’t cover like alternative spring break and national robotics tournaments
Your gift today - of any amount - makes a powerful IMPACT.
Receiving a scholarship to PCDS changed my life. Now, as a parent of a PCDS student, my alma mater continues to support me, since without financial aid, it also wouldn't be possible for my son to attend the school. The spirit of giving here opens doors for so many people in so many ways— thank you.
— Alumnus Gilbert Armenta, with son Nicholas, 7th Grade
I am who I am today largely because of the educators and coaches I had as a student at PCDS. Financial aid enabled me to attend PCDS, and I'm so thankful. I have a sense of duty to give to the Alumni Scholarship Fund, and I hope that other alumni do as well.
— Alumna Sarah Nixon Wolfswinkel