News @ Porter-Gaud
This year's fall play, Around the World in 80 Days, is highly inventive, thoroughly enjoyable and a family-friendly show. Show dates are November 5th and 6th.
This year's Founders Day concert was one of the best showcasing the expansive talent of our students and our performing arts faculty.
We are proud to share that 100% of our faculty supported The Cyclone Fund, Porter-Gaud's annual fund.
The annual fifth grade pumpkin carving contest brought out the best in student creativity, imagination, and fun!
Terra Burke believes the more we seek out each others' life stories, the more common threads we are sure to find.
Brian McGreevy and Jennie Olbrych are lead presenters at the National Association of Episcopal Schools Biennial Conference Deep Dive Session for New Chaplains.
Ninth-grader Courtenay White is working to ensure young women dream big and let their voices be heard at the 2016 She Strong Teen Summit.
Head of School DuBose Egleston reflects on the annual tradition of honoring our senior student-athletes.
Larry Salley looks back at the last two weeks of championship-filled Cyclone sports.
The annual Founders Day Concert features music from around the world by our Lower, Middle, and Upper School choirs, as well as the Handbell Choir and Jazz Ensemble.