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Davidson staff is currently working on student schedules for 2015-2016 school year. Please keep checking this website to see when the schedules will be available for pick-up.


Winners of Congressional Art Competition for District 12, Georgia

Vaughm Hilsheimer  Overall Winner for his drawing, "Life".   Vaughn will have his work shown in the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C., representing Georgia's 12th District, for a year.  He will receive two airline tickets to fly to Washinton D.C. to attend a reception for the art award winners from all districts in the U. S.


Other winners include:
Tiffany Huang was First Runner Up for her oil paint, "James".
Yvonne Wingard was Third Runner Up for her photograph, "Grandma's Hands".
Katie Day received a People's Choice Award for her watercolor, "Old School Way".
Rebecca Wang also received a People's Choice Award for her colored pencil drawing, "March to the Beat Together".
click to see gallery!


Davidson: 1
Johnson: 1

A great game between two of Georgia's finest magnet schools !
(Click on picture to enlarge in new window)




Comcast/Georgia Regent University
Young Writers Contest:


1st place Middle School Poetry

Damaris Ayodele Williams Billups

Teacher: Tiffany Davis


213 QUARTERFINALISTS ANNOUNCED FOR MUSIC EDUCATOR AWARD™ PRESENTED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY® AND THEGRAMMY FOUNDATION®

 

   A total of 213 music teachers from 194 cities across 42 states have been announced as quarterfinalists for the Music Educator Award™ presented by The Recording Academy® and the GRAMMY Foundation®. In total, more than 4,500 initial nominations were submitted from all 50 states.  Congratulations to Dr. Timothy Powell on being one of the quarterfinalists.


Khadesia Dexter
 has been named the
Outstanding Foreign Language Student of the Year for Davidson Fine Arts School.
She received this award at the FLAIR Honor Society Induction in March and was also recognized at the April RCBOE meeting on April 21st.



 Krista Himes,
Spanish Teacher,
is the recipient of the
2015 Cemanahuac Educational Community Scholarship
sponsored by the Southern Council on Language Teaching.  She will spend 2 weeks in Cuernavaca, Mexico
this summer furthering her knowledge of the Spanish language and Mexican culture.


Please check out the Davidson Fine Arts Photography Blog.  
We are publishing our photo journals. 
This week we feature:
Alyzcia Singleton

Parallax: Photo Journal


 

New Immunization Requirements for 2015-2016 School Year!!!

Click here to see if your child must meet these new requirements.

      Click here for more information


Parents of 8th-12th graders check out Dual Enrollment for your student.
This link is located under Parents on the navigation bar.

Help the Physical Education Department
raise money.  It cost you nothing, but a moment of time!
Click on image below to see details.


New Technology ???
Remember, if you got new technology for the Winter Holidays, bring in a new completed BYOT form. They are in the attached BYOT packet.  You only need to print and return the last two pages.
BYOTPacket_rev8.28.13.pdf


Please turn in Box Tops

Collection box is located in front office



We are proud of our 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year:
Carl Hammond-Beyer 








Dr. Kelly invites you to use
the REMIND 101  app.
to receive communication from her. Click here for instructions:
remind0001.pdf



Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School received its national and state ranking
 by U.S. News and World Report.
Davidson is ranked #2 in Georgia's Best High schools,
 and #29th in the national ranks for magnet schools.
We were ranked in top one hundred schools
 in the Best High School category
 with our ranking at 73.
 
We are proud of our faculty and student body!
(Click on above graphic to view USNews and World Report or on the link to Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School to view the School information.


In the News

Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Richmond County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities for students.  The following persons have been designated to investigate any complaint communicated to the Board of Education alleging non-compliance of non-discrimination policies regarding student activities.