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Trinity-Byrnes serves families throughout the Pee Dee region of northeastern South Carolina.

Meet Our Faculty & Staff

School Profile

Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate School is a selective independent, coeducational day school for students in 7th through 12th Grade.

Located between Darlington and Florence, SC, the School enrolls approximately 277 students from all over the greater Pee Dee region. Trinity-Byrnes sits on a 100 acre campus, with baseball and softball fields, and a new football field built in 2012. Our Sonoco Gymnasium boasts a new hardwood floor, installed in 2014.

Administration

Ed Hoffman

Ed Hoffman

Head of School
Kelley Byrd

Kelley Byrd

Associate Head of School
Gina Blackmon

Gina Blackmon

Registrar
April Munn

April Munn

Director of Admissions and Communications
Jackie Griffin

Jackie Griffin

Director of Guidance and College Counseling
Weston Nunn

Weston Nunn

Assistant College Counselor
Beth Stonerock

Beth Stonerock

Administrative Assistant
Debbie Zubel

Debbie Zubel

Business Manager
Leslie Olsen

Leslie Olsen

Assistant Director of Marketing and Social Media
Jared Amell

Jared Amell

Athletic Director
Michael Hawk

Michael Hawk

Assistant Director of Athletics
Bob Gunn

Bob Gunn

Director of Facilites

Our Faculty

In our quest for high-quality education, we recognize the importance of high-quality faculty. Only when we surround our students with excellent teachers can we expect each student to reach his or her potential and to develop the self-confidence and self-direction to succeed. Our teachers are knowledgeable, energetic, creative in their teaching approach, and seek to develop a rapport with their students. They have high expectations, yet are approachable when a student needs help. They seek to convey to the students their own excitement about the subject.

Trinity-Byrnes has 31 faculty members; 45% hold advanced degrees.


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Our Mission
To operate exclusively as a college preparatory school of academic excellence for grades 7-12, preparing our students intellectually, physically, socially, and spiritually to be well-rounded citizens able to lead productive lives in a global society.