Making A Difference


We are proud and honored to have so many outstanding people dedicated to student success at Portage Central High School. Alumni and community members offer their time, talent and financial support to make sure students have the best opportunities.





Linda has been serving PCHS as an alum for years. From serving on the board to helping at events to coordinating volunteers, Linda is a part of everything we do here at the association. You will even see her serving popcorn to students in the Welcome Center every Wednesday morning! Linda, just as when she was in high school, is a part of the PC family. 


Not only does Linda serve in an alumni capacity, but she is a booster too. With grandchildren in attendance and a part of our music and arts programs, you will see Linda's face at everything from band competitions to play performances to forensics competitions. As she does in her alumni work, she is always ready and willing to help out when needed. 


Join all of us in thanking Linda for her tireless service to the students and staff of Portage Central and giving our students a postive role model to follow. 

Linda Lancaster, Class of 1966

Linda Lancaster Making Popcorn for Students





On April 29, 2015 Portage Central High School celebrated with longtime teachers and school leaders Bob Walker and Kathy Mulay and their families welcomed the creation of our newest senior award; the Walker/Mulay Student Activities Award. Families, school and community leaders, alumni, and fellow staff came together to dedicate the award named in honor of Bob and Kathy. The award goes to one male and one female graduating senior every year who has exemplified the values of being a Mustang, something Bob and Kathy did throughout their careers here, in the areas of student leadership and the arts here at Portage Central.


Stop in and see the winners of the award every year for yourself! The Walker/Mulay Award winners will be included in a new award recognition wall honoring the contributions of outstanding seniors to the school during their time here. This wall was made possible in large part due to contributions of members like you via a large donation by the Mustang Association.


Join all of us in congratulating Bob and Kathy for their significant contributions to Portage Central and giving our students, now and in the future, positive role models to follow.

Kathy Mulay and Bob Walker Award

Kathy Mulay and Bob Walker