THE CHARLESTON COMMUNITY
Charleston has repeatedly been ranked as the best city in the world by several travel magazines. World renowned for its history, architecture, cultural offerings, coastal environment, incredible shopping, and world-class restaurants, the Lowcountry offers an amazing quality of life. Charleston also offers numerous entertainment options. The MOJA Arts Festival and the famous Spoleto Festival, which the Washington Post called “one of the best arts festivals in this country,” headline an impressive array of opportunities to see live music and theatre. The Gaillard Auditorium is one of the finest performance halls in the country.
The Charleston area of almost 750,000 people maintains a friendly, small-town feel. Mild winters and long summers make exploring the miles of unspoiled beaches and marshes pleasant throughout the year.
The Charleston region welcomes thousands of new residents each year, bringing new ideas, experiences, diversity, and passion to this thriving community.
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Non- Discriminatory Statement
Porter-Gaud School is committed to increasing the racial, ethnic, and religious diversity of our faculty and staff. The School welcomes applicants who would bring additional dimensions to the School's teaching mission. In accordance with law, Porter-Gaud School is an equal opportunity employer and hires without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or disability.
Porter-Gaud School is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our students. We hold our employees to the highest possible standards. All employees are subject to extensive background check screenings and must sign our code of conduct. We strive to monitor employees while interacting with students. We take any inappropriate interactions between students and employees seriously and are committed to mandatory reporting standards as required by law. We will fully cooperate with authorities in any allegation or case of abuse.