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Every student in the Upper School is required to learn one poem for Porter-Gaud Out Loud (PGOL), a Poetry Recitation competition patterned after the Poetry Out Loud program. Based on their stellar performances, six students were chosen to compete in front of their peers in the PGOL finals. The eight finalists were Waleed Hardy (12th), Christopher Hunsicker (10th), Osayande Lessane (11th), Victoria Mabe (11th), Connor McMahon (9th), Jacob Skaggs (12th), Lexi Thornton (9th), and Courtenay White (10th).
Congratulations to the following award winners:
1st Place - Osayende Lessane
2nd PLace - Jacob Skaggs
3rd Place - Christopher Hunsicker
You can watch each performance below. Congratulations to all the finalists!