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Trinity-Byrnes Collegiate offers a strong and diverse academic program, complemented by a full range of extra-curricular and athletics opportunities.

Summer Programs

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We have several exciting camps to offer this summer for rising 1st graders to high school seniors. We are also offering six summer half-credit courses. Download the following registration forms or continue reading to learn more about our summer programs:

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Summer Camps

We have a diverse selection of summer camps for your student. Fees are due by June 1, 2018, and are nonrefundable.

Select a 2018 Summer Camp to learn more:

Art Camp - for Rising 6th-9th Graders

Art Camp - for Rising 6th-9th Graders

June 11-14
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
$80
Instructor: Sarah Hetu
Want to explore who you are as an artist? Want to create fun ceramic projects? Want to refine your painting and drawing skills? Come out to Art Camp! Receive one on one attention with Ms. Hetu and have some great art work to bring home!

Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Mini-Camp - for Rising 7th-12th Graders

Criminal Justice and Forensic Science Mini-Camp - for Rising 7th-12th Graders

July 18-19
$50
Instructor: Lt. K.C. Capers, Darlington County Sherrif’s Dept.
Through class lectures and exciting hands-on activities, students will learn about the basics of our criminal justice system and introduction to forensic science.

How Did You End Up Here? What's Your Story? - for Rising 7th-12th Graders

How Did You End Up Here? What's Your Story? - for Rising 7th-12th Graders

June 18-22
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Bring a morning snack.)
$150
Instructor: Lindy Liptak
Does where you and your family come from really have an impact on who you are? Do some exploring! Dig into geological research! Find your roots then chart and write the story of your life.

Minecraft Camp - for Rising 4th-8th Graders

Minecraft Camp - for Rising 4th-8th Graders

June 11-14
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
$145
Instuctor: Tyler Cook
Students use the popular game Minecraft to complete various collaborative, long-range projects. Mornings will be split into structured and free play sections, with some screen-free time built in for outdoor games, LEGOs, and other group activities. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information. A shirt is included in your fees.

One Act Plays: Inspiration to Presentation - for Rising 7th-12th Graders

One Act Plays: Inspiration to Presentation - for Rising 7th-12th Graders

July 9-20
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM (Bring a morning snack.)
$300
Instructor: Lindy Liptak
Work with a group or independently to write, cast, and produce a one act play. Present the play to your audience on the final day.

Youth Cheer Camp - for Rising 1st-6th Graders

Youth Cheer Camp - for Rising 1st-6th Graders

July 23-26
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
$75.00
Instructor: TBCS Varsity Cheerleaders
Come learn new cheers from your Varsity TBCS Cheerleaders! We will have jump, cheer, dance, and craft tations each day. Final performance for familes on Thursday at 11:00 AM. Morning snack included.

Summer Courses

Select a 2018 Summer Course to learn more:

Camp Shakespeare with Ms. Monaco

Camp Shakespeare with Ms. Monaco

For Rising 7th - 12th Graders
June 4-14
Monday-Thursday
9:00 AM-1:00 PM
$350
0.5 English Honors Credit
Instructor: Chrissy Monaco
A Midsummer Night’s Dream has enchanted audiences for more than 400 years with its celebration of magic, dreams, and love... a perfect way to spend your summer in the company of our greatest playwright! In this two-week course, students will rehearse and perform a shortened production of one of Shakespeare’s greatest comedies. Camp Shakespeare offers a performance opportunity as well as a close reading of a canonized text to 7th- 12th grade students. Scripts, costumes, show t-shirts, and daily lunches are all included in the price.

College Writing Workshop with Mr. Nunn

College Writing Workshop with Mr. Nunn

Rising 12th Graders
Mondays on July 9, 16, and 23
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$50 per session ($125 for all 3)
Instructor: Weston Nunn
Rising seniors will focus on writing as it pertains to college applications in this three week hands-on workshop Students will develop their personal statements, prepare college essays, and perfect their high school résumé. Students will have a break during the three hour workshop.

Foreign Film and the Modern World with Mr. Streit

Foreign Film and the Modern World with Mr. Streit

For Rising 9th - 12th Graders
Wednesdays from June 6 - July 11
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$350
0.50 Social Studies Honors or English Honors Credit
Instructor: Tim Streit
This course examines both the cinema culture of various countries around the world and an overview of late 20th century/early 21st century history through film. We will examine how the norms and cultural trends of these nations influence the films they produce, while also analyzing how global events have shaped the messages of those works. No background in film studies is required for this course. You will, however, be asked to look at and think about films in a more reflective manner than some of you have in the past. We will read about and view the films from a variety of perspectives; we will treat the films as texts. Your responses to these texts and close viewing and reading of the texts will be important components of this class.

Graphic Novels as Literature with Mrs. Wilson

Graphic Novels as Literature with Mrs. Wilson

For Rising 9th - 12th Graders
Predominantly Online June 4 - August 2
$350
0.5 English Honors Credit
Instructor: Sam Wilson
This course will focus on the critical reading of graphic novels, examining them in the same ways we analyze classic literature. Students will be exposed to graphic novels from multiple genres, analyze character and plot development, create an original character and plot line, and analyze a self-selected graphic novel in a major essay. The course will take place predominantly online, with few scheduled meetings; essays will be an integral part of the student’s grade, as well as an online discussion forum and participation in seminar style discussions during face-to-face classes. Students will learn to read everything, not only the classic works assigned in school, as literature, and decide whether or not the selected material belongs in the literary canon.

Introduction to Organic Chemistry with Mrs. Iseman

Introduction to Organic Chemistry with Mrs. Iseman

Exclusively Online June 4 - August 2
$350
0.50 Science Honors Credit
Instructor: Jessica Iseman
Pre-requisite: Chemistry
The course will focus on basic organic chemistry including naming of carbon containing compounds also known as organic molecules (nomenclature), functional groups, basic organic reactions, basic stereochemistry, and basic reaction mechanisms. The objective of this course is to prepare students with a base level knowledge of what would be covered at the beginning of a college-level first semester course in Organic Chemistry. All lectures and assignments will be given online. No in-person meeting times will be required.

Reading and Writing Poetry with Ms. Currie

Reading and Writing Poetry with Ms. Currie

For Rising 9th - 12th Graders
Tuesdays from June 5 - July 10
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$350
0.5 English Honors credit
Instructor: Kate Currie
Reading and Writing Poetry will focus on the study of contemporary poets. The class will split the focus between reading poetry critically and writing original poetry with the goal of publication and performance. This class will have short critical essays, but will mainly focus on writing poetry rather than essays. We will write several different styles of poetry helping aspiring poets discover and hone their voice. This course will satisfy half an English honors credit and will meet once weekly and take place largely online.

Terror and Terrorism with Mr. Nunn

Terror and Terrorism with Mr. Nunn

For Rising 9th - 12th Graders
Thursdays from June 7 - August 2
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
$350
0.5 Social Studies Honors Credit
Instructor: Weston Nunn
Students will investigate the origins, motivations, and actions of state and non- state terror organizations. They will gain an appreciation for the importance of how beautiful ideas can motivate people to commit inhuman acts of cruelty. Students will improve their abilities at synthesizing information from diverse primary and secondary materials, hone analytical writing skills, and gain experience with college-style seminar discussions.

We have a lot to offer year-round!

 

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.