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Leigh Hadaway

History Teacher, Upper School

Leigh Hadaway served as Upper School history teacher and head swim coach since 2019. A graduate of Berry College, she holds a B.A. in Visual Communication and History. A leader on campus, Leigh served as a First Year Mentor and was also communication coordinator for the Lettie Pate Whitehead Scholarship, of which she was a recipient. She received the N. Gordon Carper Scholarship and the Noel and Todd Carper Award for the junior history major with the best overall academic record in history courses.

Human Geography
U.S. History
Boys Varsity Swim/Dive

Head Coach

Girls Varsity Swim/Dive

Head Coach

College Education
B.A. Berry College

Podcast Episode 11: Athletics Recap and Reflections

June 10, 2021
Welcome to Episode 11 of The Darlington Podcast! In this episode you will hear from four outstanding Darlington coaches as they reflect on the past year and share their philosophies around coaching and what got them into coaching to begin with.

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Curriculum Spotlight: Upper School History

Upper School | Jennifer Collins, October 16, 2020
Darlington's teachers have always embraced new teaching tools. Leigh Hadaway, Upper School history teacher, has been using Jamboard to collaborate with her students as they learn about Revolutionary America.

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Student-Athletes recognized at Winter Sports Assembly

March 2, 2020
Outstanding athletes in varsity basketball, swim, and wrestling were recognized at the Winter Sports Assembly on Monday, March 2, in Morris Chapel.

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School welcomes new faculty and staff

August 14, 2019
Darlington is pleased to welcome new faculty and staff members for the 2019-20 school year.

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Hadaway to teach Upper School history

July 29, 2019
Leigh Hadaway is joining the Darlington Community as Upper School history teacher and head varsity swim coach. 

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New head coaches announced for cross country, swimming, and softball

July 11, 2019
The Darlington Athletics department is pleased to announce new head coaches for cross country, swimming, and softball for the 2019-2020 school year.

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