Parent/Guardian Association (PGA)

The PGA is open to all CCSC parents and guardians. Parents and guardians play a crucial role in the success of CCSC students and the development and growth of the school. The PGA was created to support the efforts of CCSC, provide resources and information to enable parents and guardians to help their students succeed, and facilitate ongoing communication with the school administration and faculty.

Meetings are informational discussions on a variety of topics related to parenting and helping adults support their children to succeed at CCSC. 

We offer free childcare, including pizza and a movie, for children 11 and under. Many parents like to bring food and refreshments to share with others. No RSVP is necessary.

All families are warmly welcomed to attend.

If you have questions regarding the PGA, please contact Director of Student and Family Engagement, Devin Morris at 617-354-0047, ext. 104 or by email at

2016-17 PGA Meeting Schedule

PGA 1: Tuesday, September 13, 2016, 5:30pm: CCSC Need to Knows

PGA 2: Thursday, November 11, 2016, 5:30pm: Alumni Panel (College Acceptance and Persistence)

PGA 3: Monday, February 6, 2017*, 5:30pm: Counseling and Difficult Conversations with Teens

*Rescheduled from January 31, 2017

CCSC’s Counseling  Team will join our PGA group for a discussion on Counseling and Difficult Conversations with Teens. Middle school and high school families are encouraged to attend to learn more about the counseling services available to CCSC students, learn and share experiences on adolescent development, talking to teenagers about difficult topics, and collect resources to take home.

We will engage in small and large group discussions, similar to the last PGA meeting.

PGA 4: Thursday, March 30, 2017, 5:30pm: Know Your Rights Workshop

Please join us as we host a workshop for our Immigrant families and supportive community members. All are welcome to attend this workshop. In collaboration with the Commission on Immigrant Rights & Citizenship, this workshop will help our community learn about the rights of our immigrant families from an immigration attorney, answer any questions we might have about legal matters affecting our community, access resources, and act out role-play scenarios.