News Alert

Close

News

« back

next »

  • DalmationsCast.jpg

    Lower School Sees Spots with 101 Dalmations KIDS

    The Lower School Music students, under the direction of Todd Monsell, performs Disney's 101 Dalmations KIDS last week. The tale of Cruella De Vil's evil scheme to make a fur coat out of the fur of dalmation puppies was filled with lively music and funny characters. Many of the students were dressed as dogs with a pack of Boxers in boxing gloves, Poodles in pink spots, Scotties in plaid, Chihuahuas in Mexican ponchos, and Dalmations in black and white. The students did a wonderful job with the performance. Congratulations to the cast and crew. Click here to see the Playbill from the production. Click here to see pictures from the first performance.

    Read More
  • LarrySalley.jpg

    Larry Salley Named Porter-Gaud Athletic Director

    Porter-Gaud has named Mr. Larry Salley '87 as Director of Athletics to succeed Ed Steers upon his retirement. Larry began his Porter-Gaud career as a history teacher in 1997 and track coach in 1999. During his tenure, Larry has become a student favorite in the classroom, and one of the most successful coaches in school history on the track. Under his leadership, our track teams have won Boys Track state championships in 2001, 2011, 2012, and 2013, and a Girls Track championship in 2001. He has also served as Assistant Cross Country Coach, helping the Cyclones win state titles in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. Athletes under his instruction hold many of the school and state records in track and field and cross country. He has also served as Porter-Gaud's Sports Information Director and is the unmistakable "Voice of the Cyclones" for many of our athletic events. To learn more about Larry, click "Read More" to read the recent article by Aaron Lehman that was published in Porter-Gaud Magazine.

    Read More
  • 1867_Society_Logo.jpg

    Parent Giving Roll Draft

    Much gratitude is owed to our parents who have donated or pledged to the 2013-2014 1867 Society! Porter-Gaud would not be the school it is without the loyal and generous support of its families. Please review this DRAFT list of names (current to Monday, 4-14-14) to recognize parental annual support by grade level. If you discover a correction to your listing is required, please notify Traci Miller at tmiller@portergaud.edu. This recognition list will be published in the 2013-14 Annual Report this Fall.

    Read More
  • photo_43.JPG

    Latin Club Celebrates with an Architectural Cake

    This year, the students in Latin Club have explored the topics of Roman art and architecture and the Roman military. As part of their exploration into these areas, the students have created food mosaics, designed Roman standards, and reenacted various historic battles.

    Read More
  • IMG_1289.jpeg

    Cyclones Dominate the Field at the SCISA Individual Tennis Championship

    Porter-Gaud Cyclones tennis competed in Sumter, SC on Tuesday and Wednesday. We had student-athletes competing in boys singles and doubles, and mixed doubles. The Cyclones represented well with big wins. The Boys singles final was a Cyclone versus Cyclone matchup with Senior Seth Pinosky battling 8th grade standout Brant Fenno. Fenno, who usually plays #2 seed for the Cyclones, beat Pinosky for the title. Cross Tolliver and Foster Moe won the boys doubles championship, and Ann Martin Skelly and Jack Kammerer won the mixed doubles.

    Read More
  • castel_s._angelo.jpg

    Porter-Gaud Students Travel to Italy

    Over spring break, 35 Porter-Gaud juniors and seniors embarked on the journey of their lives to beautiful Italy! The weather might have been gray, but students overcame the elements to enjoy the best that both ancient Rome and modern Italy have to offer.

    Read More
  • photo24.JPG

    Middle School Students Excel at Lowcountry Science Fair

    The Middle School Science Department is pleased to announce that we had 16 very strong submissions to the Lowcountry Science Fair on Tuesday April 1st. We performed extremely well against the 9 other schools. Of the 7 total categories we entered, we placed in all of them and walked away with 1st place honors in 4 categories! We even swept in the Biological Science category.

    Read More
  • Dalmatians.jpg

    Lower School Fine Arts to Perform Disney's 101 Dalmations on Thursday Night

    The Lower School Fine Arts Department, under the Direction of Todd Monsell and Ashley Stock, will perform Disney's 101 Dalmations on Thursday, April 10, at 7:00 PM, in Gwynette Auditorium. Admission is free, and doors open at 6:30 PM. Come support our talented students as they perform this beloved classic!

    Read More
  • Two Sixth Graders Earn Awards in Essay Competition

    Courtenay White and Alexa Johnson, sixth graders in Mrs. Reinhold’s English class, received Honorable Mentions and small cash awards for their essays in the “Stolen Childhood” 2014 Holocaust Creative Arts Competition, an arts contest sponsored by the REMEMBER Program of the Charleston Jewish Federation. The contest, open to all public and private schools in Charleston County, received hundreds of entries. Courtenay’s and Alexa’s essays will be on display at the Charleston County Library beginning on April 7th.

    Read More
  • FortSumter.jpg

    Third Graders Travel to Fort Sumter (Video)

    The entire third grade boarded the Spirit of the Lowcountry last week to take the voyage across Charleston Harbor to Fort Sumter. When students arrived, they were given the opportunity to raise the historical flags that fly over the fort each day.

    Read More