Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School in Darlington County expanding
Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School (TBCS) held a ribbon cutting this week for its new 12,000 square feet academic building.
School administrators said the building provides an additional five classrooms, two seminar rooms and a dedicated dining hall for the growing student population.
Three of the classrooms feature dedicated science labs.
Officials said with a record enrollment of 273 students, TBCS needed more classroom facilities to accommodate increased enrollment.
The Trinity-Byrnes Board of Trustees embarked on a capital campaign in the spring of 2017 for the building project.
The Growing in Excellence campaign has a goal of $2 million.
Trinity-Byrnes offers 15 Advanced Placement courses in addition to other rigorous college preparatory opportunities with an increased focus on technology and STEM opportunities, unrivaled in the Pee Dee.
100% of the school's seniors are accepted to four year colleges. The last three graduating classes averaged over $100,000 of merit scholarships and aid per student.
Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School is a coeducational, non-discriminatory, college-preparatory day school serving students in grades seven through twelve in Darlington County.