PUCS is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of parents, community leaders, and business professionals. The Board meets bimonthly to provide accountability and guidance regarding vision, budget, and educational priorities.
The Board of Directors is responsible for establishing policies, approving budgets, overseeing the raising of scholarship and operating funds, managing staff contracts, finalizing class sizes, and the monitoring of the overall direction of the school. The PUCS Association approves board members.
2022-23 Board of Directors
Jay Gilmer, Board President Project Manager, City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Safety and Attorney; Former PUCS Parent
Mary Martha Truschel, Vice President
Retired from the Office of Chief Counsel, PA Dept. of Environmental Protection