Trinity Collegiate  School receives $50,000

Darlington, SC- Trinity Collegiate School received a $50,000 grant from the Sonoco Foundation to be used toward the campus expansion project. The donation came from the partnership between the Sonoco Foundation and the Central Carolina Community Foundation.

Trinity Collegiate School Head, Ed Hoffman, was excited to receive the donation. “This is an enormous gift for the School that will go a long way in helping us expand and provide even more opportunities to our current families as well as expand our program to welcome new families.”

Trinity Collegiate plans to break ground this spring on an 4.4 million dollar campus expansion project. The plans include an International Student dormitory, an Auxiliary Gymnasium, and an Academic Classroom Building.

Sonoco and Central Carolina Community foundation “hope these funds will help TCS reach its goals and make a positive difference in your community and in the lives of the individuals you serve.”

Trinity Collegiate School is currently accepting applications for students entering grades 6-12.  Please contact April Munn at amunn@trinitybyrnes.org or 843-395-9124 for more information.

Trinity Collegiate School is a coeducational, non-discriminatory day school in Darlington, South Carolina. The school’s mission is to operate exclusively as a college preparatory school of academic excellence; graduating well-rounded students of intellectual, social, and moral character ready to lead productive lives in a global society.

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