Darrow School is a prominent college preparatory day school. When it first opened during the fall seasons of 1932, it was known as Lebanon School for Boys. Later in the year of 1939, the school was officially named Darrow School.
The school was first founded by a group of educational leaders as well as community and Shaker leaders. It is located in New Lebanon, New York, within the central part of the Berkshires on Mount Lebanon. While at the time of its opening, it was considered an all boys school, it is now a co-ed facility. Grades that are offered run from 9th to 12th with many students going to prestigious colleges after.
The mascot for the school is a duck with the school colors being maroon, white, and gray.