Loving Where You Live.
Nestled against the marsh between the Ashley River and Wappoo Cut, Porter-Gaud students have a beautiful place to call home.
Percent of Faculty with Masters Degrees or Higher.
The number of acres on our beautiful campus.
Inquisitive, exceptional, talented students in grades 1-12.
Student to teacher ratio.
State athletic titles in the last 5 years.
Hours spent in service to the Lowcountry.
“We joined the PG Community in 2016 from Chicago and have loved getting involved in this great community. We’ve found it incredibly rewarding to give back to this school for the benefit of our children’s education and to impact Porter-Gaud’s future generations of children.”
“At PG, I was inspired. That zest for learning that I got at PG stayed with me throughout my graduate work and early career.”
“There is a magic in the enthusiasm that the community of Porter-Gaud exudes. This enthusiasm spells the difference between mediocrity and true accomplishment and is in this collective enthusiasm and sense of purpose that we are Cyclones and we thrive.”
“PG not only sparked my interest in the international community but it also taught me how to bridge relationships between people who are different from me.”
“We moved to Charleston from the Northeast, and the entire school community could not have been more welcoming to my family. I am grateful for an easy transition.”
“Being a service leader meant that I had to be somebody people looked up to. I had to learn new things, be friends with new people, and hear different opinions. Service really helped me open up and come out of my shell."
"That’s what Porter-Gaud is great at - uniting everyone. No matter where you come from or where you live, you’re going to find your friends, and these are the people you’re going to know for the rest of your life.”
“There is much to learn from the stories of those who came before us – if captured fully and cast in an honest light. There is also no better audience for these stories than children. Their minds are incredibly elastic and, as stewards of the future, they perhaps more than anyone need to learn from the invaluable lessons history has to offer."