Trinity begins school year with over 400 students
Trinity Collegiate School opened the 2021-22 school year Aug. 18 with its largest enrollment to date with over 400 students. Students were greeted at the front door of the school by Kelley Byrd, Associate Head of School and Ed Hoffman, Head of School. The senior class had a police escort by the Darlington County Sheriff’s Office to school to kick off the new year. “With enrollment at 405 total students we are thrilled to have this growing community here at Trinity,” states April Munn, Director of Admissions. Trinity Collegiate School serves the Pee Dee region and enrolls students motivated to make the most of the programs offered. In addition to a rigorous academic curriculum that includes 22 AP classes and dual credit courses through Francis Marion University the school emphasizes a personalized approach to education, a strong sense of community and multiple opportunities for students to develop their talents and leadership skills. Trinity Collegiate is the only school in the region that offers Pre-AP courses.