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Catch Up with our News

Find out what's been happening at Portledge.


  • May

    Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

    We encourage all members of the Portledge School community to join us in celebrating AAPI Heritage Month and embracing the diversity that enriches our school environment. Together, let's honor the past, celebrate the present, and inspire the future as we recognize the invaluable contribution of the AAPI community.
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  • Jewish American Heritage Month

    The Jewish Student Union (JSU) is planning a number of activities this May in honor of Jewish American Heritage Month. Monday, May 6th, is Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day. The artwork accompanying this article was created by our club members in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
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  • April

    April is Arab American Heritage Month

    April is National Arab American Heritage Month. Each year, since 2021 and during the month of April, our country recognizes the contributions members of the Arab American community have made to the United States.
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  • Day of Silence, April 12th, 2024

    It is with a spirit of inclusion and commitment to honoring our diverse community that Portledge Upper School acknowledges the upcoming National Day of Silence on Friday, April 12th.
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  • National Merit Scholarship Recognition

    Holly Simon (Portledge School class of 2024) and Anna Bloch (Portledge School class of 2024) secured the prestigious National Merit Scholarship. This scholarship, funded by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), recognizes their exceptional academic achievements.
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  • Solar Eclipse, Monday, April 8th, 2024

    On Monday, April 8th, a total solar eclipse will cross the United States. This unique event will be visible as a partial eclipse on Long Island, with its maximum happening around our dismissal sometime between 3:15 p.m. and 3:25 p.m., lasting approximately 3-4 minutes.
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  • March

    New COVID-19 Guidelines

    As you may be aware, recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the New York City Department of Health (NYSDOH) have both downgraded their isolation protocols for COVID-19 based on the decreasing risk that COVID-19 currently poses to the general population. Therefore, we too will adjust our protocols to be effective immediately.
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  • New Middle School Division Director

    We are pleased to announce that beginning on July 1, 2024, Brendan Sullivan will move into the role of Middle School Division Director.
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  • February

    Long Island Ethics Bow

    Traci Douglas
    Portledge students participated for the first time in the Long Island Ethics Bowl at Hofstra University on Saturday, February 3. 
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  • Black Art In All Its Forms

    Traci Douglas
    During the month of February, we celebrate Black history and culture and this year's school wide theme is Black Art In All Its Forms.
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  • January

    School Closures & Delays

    This winter has already proven to be "snowier" than recent years. Therefore, please review all of our inclement weather policies below. This information will also be available on the parent Resource Board in myPortledge, or you can bookmark this link
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