Before the world shifted, the Advancement Office had planned to share senior spotlights on some of the faces of the Class of 2020 and what Darlington means to them. These students represent everything Darlington’s faculty and staff work tirelessly for - our future alumni.
There has never been a better time to feature our seniors - they deserve the spotlight as the spring they so looked forward to has shifted. This series will feature several Darlington seniors who will share their favorite things about Darlington and also how they are adjusting to this new world of distance learning.
We hope you will enjoy getting to know these seniors better and will make a gift to honor the Class of 2020, who need our support now more than ever. To make a gift to the 2019-2020 Darlington Fund please click here.
How have you met the challenge of distance learning?
I have been trying to keep an organized schedule of when assignments are due but it's been challenging.
What’s your favorite song?
“Dancing Queen” from Mamma Mia
What’s your favorite thing served in the dining hall?
Egg rolls and sloppy joes
What house are you in?
I'm a leader in Regester!
What are you involved in at Darlington (clubs, etc.)?
Regester prefect, AMP tutor, Tiger Expert, Volleyball, Tennis, Art Honor Society
If you are in sports who is your favorite coach and why?
EJ Hunt is my favorite coach because he has always helped me through all of my problems and goes beyond what he is asked to do to help anyone on the volleyball team.
How have you been involved in fine arts?
I have taken art class for the past 4 years.
What is your favorite place on campus and why?
The library because I can see all of my friends between classes.
Who is your favorite teacher and why?
Mr. Hudson because his classes are always fun and entertaining, while also very helpful.
Where do you want to go to college?
I'm going to the University of Tennessee with a major in interior architecture.
If you could name the two new swans what would you name them?
Prusa and Kowski
If you were given $10,000 to donate where would you donate to and why?
The art program because the fine arts have been a huge part of my time at darlington, as well as my two sisters and I know it could use the funding.
We have 1,500 donors who give to Darlington every year sure you have a great experience - in 10 words or less how would you thank them?
Darlington is really special because of y'all.
What is your favorite thing about Darlington and why is that important to you?
It's given me many connections across the world that I never would have had otherwise.