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Brant Evans

Dean of Student Life and History Teacher, Upper School

Brant came to Darlington in 2008 and currently serves as dean of student life at the Upper School. He also teaches AP government classes and coaches baseball. Brant holds a B.A. in History and an M.Ed. in Social Sciences from the University of Georgia. His wife, Ashley, teaches Spanish and coaches cheerleading and diving.

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Courses
AP Comparative Government
AP Government
Teams
Boys Varsity Cross Country

Assistant Coach

Girls Varsity Cross Country

Assistant Coach

College Education
M.Ed. University of Georgia
B.A. University of Georgia

Get to Know: Brant and Ashley Evans

Communications | Jennifer Collins, December 15, 2017
For a decade Brant and Ashley Evans have been a part of the Darlington Community. Let’s get to know them better in this week’s installment of our Get to Know series!

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Darlington's Bruce, Jackson ('02) sweep Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge

August 8, 2017
Eight members of the Darlington Community put service beyond self when they agreed to participate in the 7th Annual Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge to benefit the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia this month. After months of practice and a variety of team fundraisers, contestants took the stage this weekend to show off their routines.

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4 Darlington teachers to compete in charity dance competition

March 28, 2017
Four Darlington teachers will take the stage in the 7th Annual Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge on Saturday, Aug. 5, at 7 p.m. at the Rome City Auditorium. All proceeds from this event benefit the Sexual Assault Center of NWGA.

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8 Times a Darlington Teacher Made Learning Matter

Academic Administration | Julie Lucas '97, February 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).

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Darlington hosts first student government conference

Student Life | , December 8, 2015
The Student Council’s inaugural student government conference, hosted in the Yancey Suite on Nov. 20, serves as evidence that students and faculty pursue projects formed in the spirit of Darlington's mission.

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Lobbyist Alumna Visits AP U.S. Government

Academic Administration | Brant Evans, October 21, 2015
Maurie Dugger ('94, LD '14), a lobbyist for Aflac, recently Skyped in to my AP U.S. Government class to enlighten students on what it is like to lobby in Washington.

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A Government Teacher's Take on Visiting Peru & Bolivia

Academic Administration | Brant Evans, August 13, 2015
Last spring, I was very fortunate to be awarded a Thatcher Master Teacher Fund grant to travel with my wife Ashley (ELA-8 Spanish teacher) to South America. Here is a list of a few things I learned on the way to Machu Picchu while traveling in Peru and Bolivia.

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Trekking to Machu Picchu: A Dream Come True

Academic Administration | Ashley Evans, August 11, 2015
I am so grateful to Darlington and the Thatcher Faculty Development and Research Grant for allowing me the opportunity to fulfill a dream of traveling through Peru and to partake in such an amazing cultural experience. I hope that when I share my travels with my students, I can help them see the world with a wider lens and that they can open their minds to new practices and perspectives.

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Professional development grants awarded to faculty members

May 4, 2015
Darlington School awarded professional development funds to faculty members in March following a competitive grant application process.

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"Follies" returns this weekend, Darlington faculty to take the stage

February 4, 2015
Several familiar faces from Darlington will take the stage to sing, dance and act in the Junior Service League's "Totally Awesome '80s Follies" this weekend at the Rome City Auditorium.

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