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  What Does a Confident Contributor Look Like?
Communications > by Tannika Wester, Thursday, 2/9/2017
This year, Darlington has had the opportunity to work wtih Atlanta PR and marketing firm Jackson Spalding to hone in on how we tell our story, and on Wednesday of last week, we shared this work with our faculty and staff.
  January's Favorite Book Picks
Library Services > by Kimberly Perkins, Wednesday, 2/8/2017
Last month's library time was jam packed with delightful stories both old and new. Check out these favorites from our pre-K through first-graders.
  8 Times a Darlington Teacher Made Learning Matter
Academics > by Julie Lucas, Tuesday, 2/7/2017
When we talk with our students (and alumni!) about what makes Darlington such a special place, the answer is always the same: it’s the teachers. And more than that, it’s our exceptionally accessible and encouraging teachers (and coaches, duty staff and more).
  Why I Give: Thad Mathis ('10)
Giving > by Julia Douglas, Tuesday, 2/7/2017
Thad Mathis ('10), young alum and fourth grade teacher, shares his appreciation for Darlington School.
  Olympic Swimmer Visits With Swim Team
Athletics > by Preston Jacobs, Wednesday, 2/1/2017
Olympian Steve Lundquist visited the Darlington and visiting Rome's swim team to share some stories and insight into the mind of a legend.
  Coca-Cola Connections With Daniel Morris ('16)
Library Services > by Michael Jacobs, Tuesday, 1/31/2017
Alum Daniel Morris ('16) has shared a piece of his Cedartown Coca-Cola Museum with Darlington to enhance the visiting Millennium Gate Museum exhibit.
  Darlington Students Win BIG at the Northwest Georgia Regional Tech Competition
Academics > by Beth Wardlaw, Tuesday, 1/31/2017
The Northwest Georgia Regional Tech Competition took place on Friday, Jan. 27 at Georgia Highlands College. Students that won at the Darlington Tech Fair held in November competed at this event.
  Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Honors 11 Students
Fine Arts > by Adrienne Forgette, Monday, 1/30/2017
Eleven Darlington students join the ranks of some of our nation's most talented creative leaders who earned these same awards in their youth including Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Richard Avedon, Joyce Carol Oates and Lena Dunham.
  Jabberwokk Yearbook earns 13 National Awards
Fine Arts > by Adrienne Forgette, Wednesday, 1/25/2017
Darlington's Jabberwokk Yearbook has earned 13 National Awards from the International Journalism Honor Society, Quill and Scroll.





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