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Porter-Gaud Varsity Football junior wide receiver Eric Jackson was named Cyclone Student-Athlete of the Week after notching another amazing performance against Ben Lippen.
Halloween Carnival season is underway! Please join us for Halloween Bake Sale and Dress Down Day on October 7th. Proceeds from the bake sale and dress down day support our extraordinary faculty.
Milwaukee Bucks' forward, Khris Middleton '09, is among the eighteen men and women selected for the 2015 Porter-Gaud Athletic Hall of Fame. The class will be formally inducted at a special celebration on Sunday, September 27th from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in Porter-Gaud's Wendell Center.
Our seniors kicked off Homecoming Week today! Dress for the week is: Monday- Seniors only dress up (underclassmen in regular uniform), Tuesday- Twins day, Wednesday- Netflix (dress as your favorite TV or Movie Character),Thursday-Tacky Tourist, and Friday- Super PG Spirit Day! The Homecoming Dance is after the football game on Friday night in the Washington Hall Cafeteria.
Porter-Gaud hosted a "soft-stick" training session for USA Lacrosse to teach local PE teachers how to introduce lacrosse into their curriculum. PG's boys' lacrosse team won their first SCISA state title this past spring, and this spring, the Cyclones will add girls' lacrosse to our sports offerings.
Go Cyclones! We've got a big weekend of sports and there are plenty of opportunities to get your Cyclone spirit on - from cross country to volleyball, sailing and tennis. All levels, all weekend-long! Check out the Athletics calendar and pick your sport!
The first Admissions event of the season will be held on Sunday, October 4, 2015 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. The two-hour program will include a wonderful Sunday lunch and a series of student performances and campus tours.
Have you seen the video of our Varsity football team opening doors in Lower School carpool on the day of the Bishop England game? For all the pictures, visit Porter-Gaud's Facebook page!
More than 90 Seniors participated in the 7th Annual Senior Day of Caring this year. Eight different groups set out for the day to support 10 charities throughout the Charleston area.
More than 150 students participated in the second annual Unity Walk. This year's walk was dedicated to the Emmanuel Nine. After a short program led by students and Father Brian McGreevey, nine purple balloons were released in memory of the Emmanuel Nine. The Unity Walk is the idea of Amauri Bowman '16.