Trinity’s Hoffman to lead group’s executive committee

Ed Hoffman. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

The Head of School for Trinity Collegiate School has been elected president of the Palmetto Association of Independent Schools (PAIS) Executive Committee. Ed Hoffman was elected president of the PAIS Executive Committee in May with duties to begin in the new school year. The Executive Committee is a four-member subsect of the PAIS Governing Board and each member serves a term of two years. PAIS is a nonprofit organization founded in 1978 to support and foster the freedom of South Carolina’s independent schools and their missions of educating students both academically and socially. Headquartered in Spartanburg, PAIS has 21 member schools including co-educational, single sex, preschools through high schools, day and boarding schools, secular and faith-based schools. PAIS is governed by board professionals from its member schools. Members are elected annually and serve a term of two year terms as officers. One of the primary functions of the PAIS Board is to offer professional devolvement opportunities and resources and to foster collegiality among its member schools. Hoffman said, “It is an honor to be elected to such a prestigious position in an organization that exemplifies excellence in independent education.” Trinity Collegiate School has been a member of PAIS for 20 years and Hoffman has been a member of the Governing Board for the past 10 years.

Author: Rachel Howell

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