Early College Receives Recognition One of the Best in the US!
"One of America's Best High Schools" by U.S. News and World Report, Davidson Early College High School received a bronze medal based on academic and enrollment data, proficiency rate and the overall curriculum.
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Credit by Demonstrated Mastery (CDM) is the process by which schools, based on a body of evidence, can award student credit in a particular course without requiring the student to complete the classroom instruction for a certain amount of seat time.
DCS Teachers Receive Bright Ideas GrantThe Bright Ideas Education Grant Program through Energy United is available to teachers for innovative projects in any subject. Grant recipients use the money to fund creative, hands-on classroom projects that fall outside traditional school budgets. Teachers can apply for grants up to $2,000 for creative, classroom based ideas. This year Energy United awarded grants to 7 deserving teachers from Davidson County Schools. Congratulations to Cenda Wooten from North Davidson Middle, Dana Leonard from Ledford High, Mary Walser from Churchland Elementary, Natalie Haywood from Central Davidson Middle, Tonya Robbins from Reeds Elementary, Nina Allen from Denton Elementary and Kailey Queen from Stoner-Thomas.
South Davidson Students Compete at UNC Charlotte
Congratulations to the South Davidson Debate Team who attended the Carolina's Conference at UNC Charlotte. This was a unique conference as high school students competed against college students. Representing South Davidson were Luke Jones, Maria Smith, Rachel Williams, Annabelle McIntyre and Luke DiFato. Congratulations to Luke DiFato who won Outstanding Position Paper for his committee.