Holy Trinity Is Raising $7 Million for Campus Campaign

In a recent communication to parents, grandparents, and key stakeholders, Celeste Pruit, Director of Advancement for Holy Trinity Classical Christian School, shared details of the school’s Campus Vision Campaign. More than $5.4 million has already been pledged toward the campaign’s $7 million goal.

HolyTrinityOutdoorPavillion0527A building for Arts, Athletics, and Fellowship will be the centerpiece of Phase I of Holy Trinity’s long-term campus vision plan. This structure will include performing arts classrooms, a full-size stage, a weight room and competition gymnasium, multi-purpose spaces, and, perhaps, most importantly, space large enough for the entire Holy Trinity community — students and their families — to gather for chapel, celebrations, and other events.

In Holy Trinity’ first nine years, the school has invested heavily in establishing top notch academic, arts and athletic programs, and that investment is paying dividends.

In August of 2020, Holy Trinity purchased its permanent home at 302 Burroughs Avenue in the heart of the city of Beaufort. This enables the school to be accessible to both neighborhood children and to those families who drive in from neighboring counties.

The Campus Vision Campaign is led by a team of volunteers and is co-chaired by Barbara and Bishop Alden Hathaway, Sharon and Mac Sanders, and Gloria and Chuck Dalvini.

“The target of this campaign is to enhance our ability to nurture the bodies, minds and souls of every Holy Trinity student as well as to foster a welcoming atmosphere for those coming to our campus for sporting events, student activities, and fine arts performances,” Pruit said in a release. “We desire to make our neighborhood more beautiful and to contribute to the life of the city of Beaufort.”

Pruit added, “We are so close to a critical $6 million milestone, which is needed to get shovels in the ground. Our goal is to secure a construction loan this summer and begin the project in the next school year so that we can occupy the space the following academic year.”

Founded in 2012, Holy Trinity Classical Christian School is an independent, non-parochial school which serves more than 375 students in the Beaufort community.


This article was originally published in The Island News.