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Benefiting Our Community's Children

The Davis Academy is dedicated to providing outstanding and enriching programs for our students. The true cost of a Davis Academy education cannnot be covered by tuition alone. In order to offer the value of an exceptional educational experience for our children that is affordable to families, we must rely on the generosity of our community. 


Ways to Give

There are many ways to give to The Davis Academy, and for your convenience, you may now make your donation directly online via credit card. All contributions are tax deductible.

  • Giving to our Davis Fund allows us to use the donation where the money is needed most.  These donations are unrestricted and support the day-to-day operations of our school.
  • Give to one of our Endowment or Tribute funds allows you to designate special areas of interest or need. 
  • Community Celebration -- This year's Community Celebration on Saturday, March 28, 2015 honors Barbara and Marty Pollock.  Call Lori Zelony, 678-527-3293 for more information.   Click here for tickets and sponsorship information.
  • Each spring The Davis Academy hosts an Annual Golf Tournament bringing together hundreds of sponsors, players and volunteers for a day of recreation and fun in support of our school.  The 2015 Tournament is scheduled for Monday, April 20, 2015 at the Atlanta Athletic Club.

Contributions can also be made in a variety of forms including:

  • Gifts of cash and securities
  • Planned Giving (which includes remainder gifts, income interest gifts, real estate gifts, tangible personal property, life insurance, or bequests)  

    If you are interested in making a contribution to The Davis Academy in any of the above ways, please contact Lori Zelony, lzelony@davisacademy.org.

Redirect Your State Taxes Through the ALEF Fund

  • Click here to reserve your 2015 tax credit.  



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.

~ Melanie Zucker, Alumni Parent