From the first day you step on campus, you’ll be welcomed, supported, and challenged to push beyond boundaries.
In the classroom, you’ll acquire foundational knowledge, pursue your interests and curiosities, and collaborate with others on projects with real-world implications.
Beyond the classroom, Davidson Day offers an abundance of enriching experiences for students from early childhood through graduation.
Our dedicated, professional faculty are also coaches, advisors, trip leaders, facilitators, and friends. Teaching means so much more than the delivery of content; you’ll find our faculty and staff believe in you and believe that every Patriot can and will make a difference in our world.
Patriot student-athletes see every practice, game, class, and exam as an opportunity to push beyond boundaries. School sports begin in 5th Grade though we offer many athletic student clubs for Early Childhood and Lower School students.
On Saturday, May 15, 2021, the Davidson Day Patriots took 1st place in the Boys 4x400 Meter Relay! The relay team included: Thomas Watson ‘21, Cooper Ferguson ‘21, Holden Perry ‘21, and Mitchell Zammitti ‘22.
The Patriots also took 2nd place in the Boys 4x800 Meter Relay; that relay team included: Thomas Watson ‘21, Carter Laatsch ‘22, Holden Perry ‘21, and Mitchell Zammitti ‘22
Congratulations to all the Patriot student-athletes who received awards at the Varsity Sports Recognition Ceremony on Thursday, May 13; and the Middle School Sports Recognition Ceremony on Friday, May 14!
Davidson Day's 2019-2020 Yearbook Staff were recognized as Jostens National Yearbook Program of Excellence winners for the sixth year in a row. The People Pages were featured in Jostens Look Book as an example of design excellence. The yearbook was awarded second place by NCSMA and first place by American Scholastic. Individual recognitions went to YY Xie '20 for headline writing, Jessie Wiles '21 for Senior Spotlight design, Kate Fleming '22 for feature copy, Brendan Clark '23 for feature copy, Sloane Fuhr '22 for photography, and Editors-in-Chief Olivia Oosterhouse '20 and Tyra Rubin '20 for table of contents design and divider index design. Plus, the whole staff was recognized for the spring supplement that featured multi-page academic coverage. Click HERE for more details.
The Davidson Day Middle School Battle of the Books team, made up of 6th and 7th graders, won the Region 9 competition on April 22, 2021! This is the second year in a row that the team was able to win the regional competition but unable to move to the District level due to COVID restrictions. Team members include Alexis Blanchette, Anna Madsen, Lise Stand, Parker Smith, Adam Rezai, Rex Abbott, and Deolu Akingbade; and their coaches were Mrs. Michelle Mullineaux and Mrs. Carrie Wehunt (not photographed).