What initially seemed like a good idea didn't work out to be so great. I agree with the student posting below, the kids don't feel like they are in high school and they are merely treated as if they were attending the extension of their middle school. The building has narrow hallways, inadequate locker room facilities (3 showers) and not great mingling places. The rivalry between Issaquah and Skyline high school students is at full brew at the freshman campus, creating full blown hatred amongst the students. This idea does not work - at least it doesn't in Issaquah. Kids could not WAIT to be out of there and attend their 'real' high schools.
I am a student at PCFC and I have to say that the school's academic programs and extracurricular activities are amazing, but overall the students (not just me) feel like we are seperated from the senior high schools. Also, the fact that there are three feeder middle schools and only two high schools it feeds to, builds many friendships, but you are going to have to leave your friends if they aren't going to your high school. In addition, the school's building looks nice from the outside, but cheap from the outside.