News @ Porter-Gaud
On February 1, Porter-Gaud is launching a Digital Citizenship Program. Our goal is to create a comprehensive series of presentations and discussions that will instill responsible digital citizenship and appropriate online behavior in the minds of our students, parents, and faculty.
COMETRY is an exciting, energetic new art form that blends performance poetry and stand up comedy into clean, clever, observational entertainment.
Congratulations to 18 students and adults who received their Wilderness First Aid (WFA) Certification last weekend. Participants learned to prevent and treat common injuries in the "backcountry," meaning that dialing 9-1-1 may not be an option.
Porter-Gaud competed in the SCISA Regional Spelling Bee held on Thursday, January 15th at The Oaks Christian School located in Summerville, SC. Twenty (20) students from ten (10) different SCISA schools from across the Lowcountry competed on each grade level (3rd – 8th), and here are the results of the PG students:
One of the goals for Porter-Gaud and our Computer Science program is to attract and maintain more girls in the sciences, especially Computer Science.
Porter-Gaud's newest publications can now be viewed online.
Grandparents and Special Friends Day is always a wonderful time for our Lower School Students to show the special people in their lives what they have been doing in school. Parents of Lower School students are encouraged to download the form to make sure your family or friends are invited so your students will have someone to share the special day with.
The Middle School Performing Arts Department will perform the Broadway hit Hairspray, Jr. on January 23 and 24 at 7PM. Tickets are available online through SeatYourself.biz.
Now that we have had a semester to use the website, we have created a page in the "Helpful Links" section of the footer called "FAQ." We took the most common questions we have gotten and answered them to help you navigate and use the site more effectively.