Darlington School: House System
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House System

Welcome home.

As a boarding student at Darlington, it's normal to see your math teacher at breakfast in the dining hall. To celebrate holidays in the dorm with your college adviser. To watch the Super Bowl with your school counselor. To cook food for the International Fair in your English teacher's kitchen. And to celebrate each birthday with the 30 housemates who have quickly become your brothers and sisters.
This is what Darlington's House System is all about. Our boarding students live in one of six houses on campus, three for boys and three for girls, each managed by a head of house and faculty members who live on campus. At most boarding schools, your dorm parent might also be a full-time teacher and coach. Not at Darlington. Our heads of house serve as full-time advocates and confidantes, helping you balance structure and routine with opportunities for independence and leadership.
We are proud of our English-style House System because it encourages the development of strong, lifelong student-faculty mentoring relationships and creates an immediate sense of camaraderie for the students who are making their home at Darlington.

Meet the Heads of House

Kim Bell
Head of Regester House; Community Service Coordinator
Karen Calvert
Head of Thornwood House
Doug Hamil
Head of Moser House; Weekend Activities Coordinator
Joe Pitts
Head of Neville House
Randy Smith
Head of Summerbell House; Student Activities and Go Green Initiative Coordinator