Grammar School Principal Announced

Amy MoseleyWe are pleased to announce that our own Amy Moseley has accepted the position of Grammar School Principal for the upcoming academic year. Except for a few years off to stay home with her children, Ms. Moseley has been in education since 1996. Her experience as both a teacher and an administrator is impressive.

Ms. Moseley began her career teaching 1st grade at an International School in Cameroon, West Africa with a mission group. Over the years, she has taught students in grades 1st-8th and has served as a Middle and Grammar School Counselor in a public school in Columbia. At the Heritage Christian School (a classical Christian school in Lexington, SC) Ms. Moseley taught Latin and Grammar, was the Director of Testing/Curriculum and School Counselor, and served as the Head of School for 4 years. 

A Beaufort native, Ms. Moseley and her sons returned to Beaufort and joined the Holy Trinity family 2 years ago. When asked about this next chapter in her life, she had this to say, "I have 3 boys in the Upper School at Holy Trinity and it is SO good to be home and especially at Holy Trinity! I love working with children, parents, and faculty/staff, and I am thrilled to serve our school as Grammar School Principal. The verse that spoke to her regarding this new position is: "For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." - Jer. 29:11
Again, congratulations to Amy Moseley! We know that you will serve our families well.