From Kindergarten Prep through Eighth Grade, The Davis Academy provides a challenging and enriching education based on a rigorous and innovative curriculum. In student-centered classrooms, teachers use expertise, experience, caring and guidance to get to know each child and nurture the development of his or her unique talents.
Beyond academics, we teach life skills, instill Jewish values, and provide diverse experiences so that our students become well-balanced and self-confident individuals. Davis Academy students distinguish themselves academically, as well as in the arts and sports. The strong foundation they receive at Davis enables our graduates to succeed at the high schools and colleges of their choice, with exemplary academic and leadership skills.
Attend a Parent Information Session or click here to request a personal tour today!
“The Alfred & Adele Davis Academy, an accredited Reform Jewish Day School, provides an academically challenging environment with enriched curricula, integrating general academics and Judaic studies from Mechina: Kindergarten Prep through Eighth Grade. In a nurturing, secure environment, instructed by a faculty dedicated to excellence, children are encouraged to reach their highest potential. The Davis Academy strives to create a community in which children develop a life-long love for learning and commitment to Jewish life founded on morals, values, and ethics, grounded in Torah.”
The Alfred & Adele Davis Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Davis Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
The Davis Academy is a proud beneficiary of The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.
Davis Academy was the best educational decision we made for our sons. For 13 years, Davis provided an amazing environment for the boys to thrive in both their secular and Judaic education. They developed a deep sense of faith, lifelong relationships with friends and teachers, and a true love of learning.