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Darlington School Overview

1014 Cave Spring Rd, Rome, GA 30161 , Tel: +1 (706) 236-0442

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Darlington School Ratings & Reviews

April 24, 2015 Submitted by a community member
I graduated from Darlington and found it to be one of the most fulfilling experiences in my life. The friends from all over the world allow one to realize just how insular regular city schools can be but the quality of the educational experience is really what sets the school apart. I was simply well prepared to meet the challenges of college. Isn't that what it is all about?
January 06, 2015 Submitted by a teacher
Darlington is so much more than just a school. It's an experience, a global community, a family. You really feel connected to something bigger than yourself once you become a part of Darlington. The faculty and staff are knowledgeable and passionate. They truly care about every child and want them to have a successful experience, not just at Darlington but in college and in life. It's the little things that mean the most, like making themselves available for extra help in the evenings or inviting a boarding student to spend a holiday at their home with their family. The people at Darlington truly are the best of the best. I think one of the most interesting things at Darlington is the way the boarding program is set up. There is a staff member (head of house) in charge of each of the six dorms. This person's full-time role is to take care of the 30 or so students in their care. It is nice for parents to have this point-person whose only role (albeit a big one) is to take care of their child. In other schools, the dorm parents are also usually teachers, coaches and more. I think Darlington's system is very comforting.
August 14, 2014 Submitted by a community member
I have been a student at Darlington for the past six years and feel the need to share the story of my disastrous experience. I can truthfully say that the education I received was NOT worth the money or the disrespect I was subjected to daily. The administration does not care for the students wellbeing but rather their own reputation. On the first day of my junior year, four years into my Darlington career, the dean of students asked me if it was my first day. I would not have been offended if I had not been introduced to him multiple times in the previous years. This is only a small example of what I was put through in my years here. The teacher quality was poor as they would continuously hire new teachers with no experience directly out of college. The campus is beautiful on the outside but the inside of the buildings need repairs desperately. I hope this review helps make the best decisions for your child.
February 07, 2014 Submitted by a parent
I have been a Darlington parent in lower grades for 4 years. While no place is perfect, I do feel this is the best place for my children. Darlington has been able to engage my individual children and help each of them grow. The facilities, safety, technology, overall opportunities and professionalism of teachers are unmatched in this town. There are areas that could use improvement, I am confident that the new leadership is poised to make great strides.
November 24, 2013 Submitted by a parent
Beautiful facilities but lower grades not treated as fairly when it comes to perks. Way over priced and not competitive with other area private schools with no good Explanation on why. The education is not that above the other private schools. Financial Aid is a joke. No discount for multiple children. Communication lacks but is improving. My child loves the school but he has known no other school. They are working hard on the Learning center which I commend. They are finally realize even Darlington kids need academic help for various reasons like learning disabilities. If they would lower tuition, provide multi child discount, and realize they have to compete with other private schools in area then I think Darlingtons low enrollment in lower grades would increase dramatically!
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Floyd County, GA Education Statistics

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  • Some College24%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree10%
  • Graduate Degree7%