A Darlington student is made up of many things. None of which is average. We help our students develop their interests, passions and pursuits, because we believe every individual has something to contribute. We also believe that only when you're 100% you, are you 100% Darlington.
Here at Darlington, every student’s path is different. We think that's a good thing.
In this #SeniorSpotlight get to know Favour Olushola, a two-year boarding student from Port Harcourt, Nigeria, who’s involved in robotics and theater.
What's your favorite show to binge on Netflix?
What house are you a member of?
What are you involved in at Darlington?
Theater, robotics, community service
What's your favorite place on campus and why?
The dorms - it's a good place to relax after a long day.
Who's your favorite teacher and why?
Mr. Stefan Eady because he's really made learning easier for me and he's very patient when teaching. Mrs. Taylor Owens because she's patient and understanding and helped me settle into Darlington better. Mr. Owen Kinney because he's kind and funny. Miss Leigh Hadaway because she made learning history fun and she's nice and approachable.
What's your favorite thing about Darlington?
Robotics Club and theater
Describe an experience that you've had at Darlington that you couldn't have had anywhere else.
I was able to learn more about myself and try new things.
What are some of the ways you've grown since you first came to Darlington?
I've gained an interest in coding and programming.
Where do you want to go to college and what is your dream job?
I want to be a cardiothoracic surgeon and I want to go to a college that's the right fit for me.
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