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Kurt Luitwieler

Math Teacher

Kurt has taught math at the Upper School since 2016 and serves as head boys' soccer coach. He also works with Darlington School Soccer Academy. Kurt holds a B.S. in Anthropology and History from Carnegie Mellon University and numerous coaching certifications. He taught and created a variety of different math courses at Holland Hall School in Tulsa, Okla., for 17 years before moving into a role as director of coaching education and player development for the Oklahoma Soccer Association.

AP Statistics
Probability and Statistics
Boys J.V. Soccer

Head Coach

Boys Varsity Soccer

Head Coach

U16/U17 Boys Soccer Academy

Assistant Coach

College Education
B.S. Carnegie Mellon University
B.S. Carnegie Mellon University

Professional Development Spotlight: Darlington Represents at GaETC

Academic Administration | Beth Wardlaw, November 17, 2017
Several faculty members from both Pre-K to 8 and the Upper School attended and presented at the Georgia Educational Technology Conference, compliments of the Thatcher Professional Development Grant.

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Gamification in the Classroom

Academic Administration | Kurt Luitwieler, June 16, 2017
Gamification is the process of using game design to reshape the learning environment and it has changed my mathematics classroom.

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Luitwieler hired to teach math, coach soccer

August 23, 2016
Kurt Luitwieler has joined the Darlington Community to teach math at the Upper School and coach soccer. He will be head boys' soccer coach in addition to working with Darlington School Soccer Academy. Luitwieler looks forward to getting back into the classroom and to combining his two passions, teaching and soccer, for the benefit of students.

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School welcomes new faculty and staff

August 8, 2016
Darlington is pleased to welcome the following new faculty and staff members for the 2016-17 school year. All began Aug. 1, 2016, unless otherwise noted

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