News @ Porter-Gaud

A new program for rising ninth graders to further immerse our students in the cultural and intellectual energy of Charleston.
This multifaceted assignment serves as a culminating academic and intellectual experience for our seniors.
Poignant advice from US English faculty member Wesley Moore to seniors and well, all students, about the road ahead.
By increasing awareness, we can encourage respect, promote safety, and improve the quality of life for our students with food allergies.
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MS science teacher Amy Flynn describes the inspiration behind her popular house-building challenge.
In early May, swimming sisters Elysse and Kaila Pardus competed in the Arena Pro Series in Atlanta, GA alongside Olympic medal winners.
David Myer was drawn to teaching math for the ability to teach universal truths with no grey area, and to show his students the beauty he sees in mathematics.
Porter-Gaud is only one of three school profiled by Microsoft this year.
Channel 4's Caroline Belchanus was on campus Friday to check on the progress of Porter-Gaud students' bike collection for Bikes 4 Humanity Charleston.
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