The Davis Academy offers an enriched academic curriculum that integrates Jewish values, traditions, history, and culture into everything we do. Children are encouraged to reflect on "who they are and who they want to become."
Teachers provide an intimate learning environment where they understand each child's learning style and what interests and motivates students to become life long learners.
The Davis Academy Lower School devotes more than two hours each day to literacy/language arts education.
Kindergarten classes have a maximum of 17 students with two teachers for the entire day. First and Second Grade students have two teachers in their classrooms during their language arts and math periods.
The Davis Academy provides a strong partnership among parents, teachers, and students.
The Davis Academy is one of the top private schools in math in the state of Georgia. In 2001, our Math Counts team won first place in the state, and in 2004 we took first place among all private schools in the state. In 2006 Davis, again, took first place in state!
Students actively use all forms of technology, e.g., word processing, Internet access, research via CD-Rom, multimedia and video productions.
A Davis Academy education stresses the importance of Tikun Olam-repairing the world-emphasizing student and family involvement in community outreach activities:Tzedaka Pojects, our Menschlichkeit Program, the Israel & Argentina Exchange -just to name a few!
Our Middle School curriculum is reactive, collaborative, and individualized. Leadership, citizenship, and connectedness provide the foundation for students to be grounded Jews who are equipped to be successful in the secular world.
Davis offers a full range of Middle School Interscholastic sports and a no-cut policy. We also offer skills training in our Developmental sports program for students in grades 2-5.
Our graduates have a 99% acceptance rate to their first choice of Atlanta's top private schools and a 100% acceptance rate to the city's top public high school magnet programs. – less – More from ZoomInfo »