A Message from the Supervisor of Academic Instruction
At Davies, it is our goal for all students to receive unsurpassed academic instruction in a safe learning environment. We offer students multiple opportunities to succeed and enrich their knowledge and understanding of the world. We want all students to be college and career ready by offering them access to rigorous academic coursework.
Our curriculum and instruction prepares students to be successful on the PSAT 10 and SAT, which measure college and career readiness. We have established pathways that offer students advanced coursework opportunities (Pre-AP and AP) in each subject area.
Students also have access to higher education through concurrent and dual enrollment offerings. All students have access to earn the Seal of Biliteracy upon graduation, recognizing those students who are proficient in more than one language.
Our mission is to ensure all students receive rigorous academic preparation to accompany their career and technical education in order to create college and career-ready students for tomorrow’s workforce.
Goal: 75% of Davis students will reach both ELA and Math benchmarks by 2025. (Resource: Khan Academy - Free to sign up and used at Davies. KhanAcademy.org)
PSAT 10-10th grade -Free opportunity for all 10th graders to help prepare them for the SAT.
PSAT 10 Benchmarks EBRW - 430 Math - 480
SAT-11th grade -Free opportunity for all 11th graders to help prepare students for college or career.
SAT Benchmarks EBRW - 480 Math - 530
Advanced Placement (AP) Courses - Courses that offer college-level curricula with an opportunity to earn college credits if students pass the AP Exam.
Concurrent / Dual Enrollment - An opportunity to take a college-level course and earn college credits.
Seal of Biliteracy - Earn the endorsement on your diploma by meeting benchmarks on a state-approved ELA assessment AND Language assessment.
National Honor Society - The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.