At Davies Career and Technical High School in Lincoln, Rhode Island, we're a lot like your local high school. Our students take four years of math and english; three years of science and social studies, and our classes are fully accredited. Students can play sports like basketball, softball, soccer, and baseball. They can run cross-country, attend after-school clubs and learn to build guitars, perform forensics investigations, or work with RISD artists. And when it comes time to attend college or decide on that next step after Davies, they can turn to their guidance counselors for support and a plan.
Okay. We're like a high school plus.
At Davies, our commitment goes beyond the typical high school classroom: we prepare students with a technical skillset and training they can carry to future careers. Over 90% of graduates leave Davies with industry certification, with students choosing from across nine different career areas: Automotive Careers, Electrical, Machine Technology, Pre-Engineering, Biomanufacturing Technology, Cosmetology, Health Careers, Hospitality Careers, and Graphics & Interactive Media.
By providing hands-on training and career preparation, we not only help our students discover new passions, we help ensure each Davies graduate has the academic background and technical skills needed for future success.
William M. Davies, Jr. Career and Technical High School
Wm. M. Davies, Jr. Career & Technical High School (Davies) offers career and technical education programs in Automotive Careers, Biotechnology, Cosmetology, Electrical & Renewable Energy, Graphics Arts & Interactive Media, Health Careers, Hospitality Careers, Machine Technology, and Pre-Engineering & Robotics. Admission to these programs is based on prospective student performance on the Stanford 10 Diagnostic Assessment, attainment of passing grades in all core academic classes in the 8th grade, and promotion to the 9th grade in the prospective student’s resident district. It is the policy of Davies not to discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, religion, national origin, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, or disability in its programs or activities. Davies takes steps to assure that lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs. The following individuals have been designated to coordinate Title IX and Section 504 compliance: Title IX Compliance: Holly Walker – Human Resources Coordinator 50 Jenckes Hill Rd. Lincoln, RI 02865 401-728-1500 x317 email@example.com Section 504 Compliance: Isabelle Lemieux – Diagnostic Prescriptive Teacher 50 Jenckes Hill Rd. Lincoln, RI 02865 401-728-1500 x303 firstname.lastname@example.org