Darby Hogan Hille

Darby Hogan Hille
“I remember being in a small class of eight and in my one-on-one tutorial and just feeling so special and successful. Suddenly, I wasn’t embarrassed to raise my hand anymore because I wasn’t afraid to read out loud. Churchill helped me appreciate learning and how to figure out my own strengths instead of being ashamed.”

Darby attended Churchill for seventh and eight grade. She attended Ladue Horton Watkins High School and earned a master’s degree from Lindenwood University. Darby is now a health teacher at Clayton High School in St. Louis.

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