Trinity-Byrnes adding a 6th grade

Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School, a college preparatory school in Darlington County, announces the addition of 6th grade for academic year 2020-2021.

“In keeping with the middle school model in our immediate area, TBCS is choosing to accommodate 6th grade families,” said Head of School Ed Hoffman.

April Munn, director of admissions and communications, says, “There is an increasingly growing demand from families with rising 6th grade students that do not want to begin middle school and then transfer to Trinity-Byrnes for 7th grade.

Students thrive in a more consistent environment, so it makes sense to add 6th grade for those students and families seeking a higher academic standard for middle school.”

“As we are transitioning to a more progressive middle school concept, we are excited to offer a variety of academic levels to challenge each student to meet his or her fullest potential,” said Kelley Byrd, Associate Head of School.

“These offerings will be combined with extensive foreign languages, fine and performing arts, and technology electives.”

Middle school students are encouraged to become active participants in the Titan Community by joining the numerous service clubs, competitive academic teams, academic honor societies and the many athletic options the school makes available.

Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School is a coeducational, non-discriminatory, college-preparatory day school located on a 100-acre campus southwest of Darlington and serves the seven-county Pee Dee region of South Carolina.

Author: Stephan Drew

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