Trinity Collegiate School gets large donation from Sam Carbis Group, LLC

PICTURED HERE (left to right): Carbis Company Pres. Shawn Mizell, Trinity Collegiate Assoc. Head Kelley Byrd, Trinity Collegiate School Head Ed Hoffman. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Trinity Collegiate School (TCS) recently received a $1,500,000 commitment for the construction and naming rights of a much-needed academic classroom building as well as a pledge of $250,000 for needs based financial assistance for qualifying students over the next ten years from Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC. 

Company President, Shawn Mizell is dedicated to honoring the company’s philanthropic legacy and devotion to community outreach by partnering with the school. With locations all over the globe, Sam Carbis Solutions Group, LLC is the industry leader in building customized bulk loading access equipment and fall protection equipment. 

Head of School, Ed Hoffman is both ecstatic and grateful for the amazing opportunities that will be provided to countless students due to these two monumental donations. Associate Head of School, Kelley Byrd stated, “Our growing enrollment has surpassed our current classroom capacity. Additional learning spaces are necessary to fully implement the school’s expansive academic program. I am honored to partner with Sam Carbis Solutions Group in this venture and overwhelmed by the generosity shown to Trinity Collegiate School.” 

The new academic classroom building is approximately 12,000 sq. ft. and will house seven classrooms, a student lounge and common area, and student restrooms.

TCS is an independent college preparatory school of academic excellence for grades 6-12, preparing its students intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually to be well-rounded citizens able to lead productive lives in a global society.

Serving the entire Pee Dee Region, TCS emphasizes academic rigor, a personalized approach to education, a strong sense of community, and multiple opportunities for students to develop their talents and leadership skills.

TCS welcomes all qualified students regardless of gender, race, culture, or beliefs, and invites them to participate equally and fully in all its privileges, programs, and activities. The school does not discriminate based on gender, race, color, religion, or national/ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, financial aid programs, athletics, or any other school-administered programs.

For more information on Trinity Collegiate School, please contact April Munn (843) 395-9124 or

Author: Stephan Drew

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