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Thomas Sumter Academy Alumni are second to none. Many of them have returned over the years to be teachers, coaches and mentors. Some are doctors, lawyers, businessmen and businesswomen. Some serve in government – local and state. The bottom line is that our Alumni are servant principled leaders – no matter what their vocation or job is, they all serve in one capacity or another.

The Class of 2017 saw 100% college acceptance to schools such as Washington & Lee, Wofford, University of South Carolina, Clemson, and The Citadel. Other colleges included Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop University just to name a few. They also had over $5.5 million in merit base scholarships.

The 45 graduates of the Class of 2018, as listed below, had 100% college acceptance rate and over $6.6 million in merit based scholarships.


Class of 2019 College acceptance to date (as of November 6, 2018) include:

Hunter Arrants Anderson University, College of Charleston
Trey Bolton Francis Marion University
Karin Brannon Mary Baldwin University, Francis Marion University
Cassidy Brunson Anderson University, Charleston Southern University, Francis Marion University, Westminster College
Jarret Butzer The Citadel, Francis Marion University
Bella Crowe Wingate University, Gordon College, Flagler College
Sydney Daniel Anderson University
Riley DeLavan Francis Marion University, King’s College, Florida Southern University, Anderson University, Charleston Southern University
Emily Jackson Coastal Carolina University, University of Iowa, Saint Vincent College, Francis Marion University
Ed Lee West Virginia Institute of Technology, Norwich University Kenzie
Kenzie MacQueen Charleston Southern University, Anderson University, Westminster College
Tyler Millwood Limestone College, Francis Marion University
Sam Monahan Lenoir-Rhyne University, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Ashley Peidl Colorado Christian University
Aubrey Stoddard Anderson University
Mason Warren Francis Marion University, Anderson University