Professional Development Spotlight: My Experience at SUPERCONFERENCE 2017
College Guidance | Kathy O'Mara, May 25, 2017
Darlington’s model for college advising is a wonderful system that is made stronger with professional development opportunities such as attending conferences, college tours, and seminars. SUPERCONFERENCE 2017 gave us a wonderful immersion into the world of college advising.
Professional Development Spotlight: A Trip to the SACAC Annual Meeting
College Guidance | Chad Woods , May 24, 2017
?We recently had the privilege of attending the Southern Association for College Admission Counseling (SACAC) Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. This is a conference for college admissions representatives and college counselors/advisors to help each other serve high school students better.
Professional development grants awarded to faculty members
May 10, 2016
Darlington School awarded professional development funds to faculty members following a competitive grant application process. The winners were officially announced last week at the annual Brown Faculty Appreciation Dinner.
Darlington artists participate in Community HeART Project, now on display
February 14, 2016
Several Darlington students and one faculty member are being featured as a part of the third annual Rome Community HeART Project for the month of February. A total of 15 "HeARTs" and five new HeART garlands will grace Downtown Rome in an effort to celebrate National Heart Month and the contributions of public art.
11 Days, 26 Colleges (WHEW!), Then Some Slow Chemistry
College Guidance | Julia Dodd, August 17, 2015
Thanks to a grant from Darlington’s Upper School Tiger PRIDE parents association, my summer of 2015 was filled with college tours and an international chemistry teachers conference. It was hectic, but lots of fun!
Wang ('17) wins 1st place in congressional art competition
May 11, 2015
Darlington sophomore JC Wang has won first place in the 14th District Congressional Art Competition with his original charcoal reduction piece, "Wrinkles." Wang's work was chosen to hang in the U.S. Capitol from a selection of student art representing every high school in the district.
The centerpieces of the second-annual Rome Community HeART Project are now on display at Redmond Regional Medical Center and in various locations in Downtown Rome through Feb. 28. Among this year's 15 cement HeARTs are four painted by the hands of Darlington students, two by faculty and one by an alumna.
Several Darlington art students, faculty and an alumna will be highlighted as a part of the second annual Rome Community HeART Project next month. The project is a collaboration between the Rome Area Council for the Arts (RACA) and Redmond Regional Medical Center, and will showcase a total of 15 cement hearts throughout the Downtown Rome area.