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Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School senior, Connor Francis, was presented with the Bill Simpson award at the annual TBCS Athletics Banquet. The Bill Simpson Award is chosen annually and is the highest honor bestowed upon a student-athlete in the South Caroli
Check out what some of our seniors are doing after graduation.
Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School held its third annual Arts Festival April 28th-30th. The event consisted of a dance performance, art exhibit, music concert, international food fair, and high school play all throughout the weekend. The dance students at
In the fall of 2010 I began teaching Anatomy and Physiology at Trinity-Byrnes. The class is an elective honors-level lab science, with the majority of students being juniors and seniors. With the help of Dr. William Naso and through my connections with McLeod Health, I am able to take my students to surgical observations. This experience allows the students to witness anatomy and physiology firsthand! I love introducing interesting facts about and processes of the human body to students using anatomical models, medical worksheets, and dissections.
Why should a family send their student to TBCS?
Being a former parent of 9 years, and a faculty member for the past 6 years has given me a broad perspective on what TBCS has to offer. If you have a child who is academically oriented, TBCS has choices - from unique Honors level science courses to AP level classes in all subjects. If you have a child who loves the arts - we have it all - phenomenal art programs, music, drama and dance. TBCS also offers a huge variety of sports so if your child is interested in exploring something new, our school makes this opportunity happen . And the best part - your child can do it all here!!!!
- Courses and Grade Levels:
- Anatomy and Physiology (11th-12th)
- Forensic Science (11th-12th)
- Nutrition (11th-12th)
- Certifications and Honors:
- Registered Nurse in South and North Carolina
- B.S. in Nursing, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill