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 Davis Debate

 Davis students traveled to Lee High School this weekend to spend their entire Saturday—the tournament lasted from 7:30 in the morning to 9:30 at night—competing against the best debaters HISD has to offer. It was the first debate tournament for all of these students, and they all rose to the occasion. Here are the results:    
  • Keyona House placed in the top 8 in Varsity Lincoln-Douglas debate.
  • Partners Maria Carreon, Charity Hayes, and Chasity Hayes placed in the top 8 in JV World Schools debate.
  • Partners Kimberly Reyes and Yohanna Franco challenged themselves by competing in Cross Examination debate, a format that has a very difficult learning curve.   
  • Megan Bertrand and Juliette Moore also competed in a difficult field of Varsity Lincoln-Douglas debaters, often against competition with much more experience under their belts.
  • Partners Precious Wimbley and Gwendolyn McAffee had a strong showing in World Schools debate,
If you have any students that might be interested in joining the debate team, tell them to come to room 316 on Mondays during lunch (2nd half) or on Wednesdays after school.

 JROTC Masquerade Ball

  • October 11, 2014 6:00 p.m. EmilyCole Building
  • Tickets go on sale on August 25, 2014 in the JROTCBuilding 
  • Dinner, Dancing, Coronation and lots of fun

Bell Schedule

Student Hours:
  • Enter Building - 7:40 am
  • Lunch - 12:40-1:40
  • Dismissal - 3:17

Teacher Work Day:

  • 7:35 AM-3:20 PM
  • ADA Time: 9:45 AM

Davis HS Free and Reduced Lunch

HISD and Davis High School have made it easier to apply for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. Applications will be accepted online.

Davis HS Procrastinator's Club

The Go Center is having a college camp for Seniors who want to complete a bulk of their college applications during August.Students are welcome for all or some of the sessions, as they are able to attend.Students can bring food for themselves or food to share. Contact or with any questions…Procrastinators Club Schedule

Dress Code 2014-2015

  • Tops: Any color top is acceptable, all tops must have sleeves. Any writing/pictures on shirts can not have profanity, lewd comments or refer to drugs or gang related items.
  • Pants or Skirts: Any color permitted, no ripped or torn pants. NO shorts. Pants must sit at the waist.
  • Shoes: No house shoes, slides or shower shoes.
  • Hats: No hats, bandanas, hoods or hair nets.

Media - Culinary Arts - Hotel Management  - MCAHM

For questions or tours Contact:
Halee Porter- 713-226-4900

TEA 2012-2014 Report Card 

 Davis receives the highest accountability rating from the Texas Education Agency.Full report.



  • 12th Grade       All alphas        Joy Moran                  713.226.4944
  • 9th – 11th          A- L                 Sandra Rios                  713.226.4917
  • 9th – 11th          M-Z                 Martha Martinez     713.226.4502

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Principal Alcantar
Welcome Davis Panthers,

2015 has so much in store for us and I can’t wait to get started. I want you to know I have listened to many of your concerns and we are working hard to make our school the best in Houston!

To start, we have modified our dress code. All students can wear any color shirt or pants, BUT there are no shorts allowed. Of course we have a code of conduct that will be followed which includes guidelines for dress. Nothing vulgar or too revealing, no house shoes, no ripped or torn pants. The goal is to remember we are here to learn and that is most important. 

Second, we have a new schedule this year. Four courses every other day, approximately 85 min classes and we will continue with our long lunch. During lunch we will hold our class meetings, club events, tutorials, college visits, detention and so much more. You need to be watching our webpage, listening to announcements and checking your Naviance account for announcements. 

Third, we will be a Power Up campus this year. All students will be issued a laptop in January and throughout the fall semester we will work on the training for your teachers and YOU! All students will be asked to pay $25 for the laptop before Dec 15, 2014. Watch out for more information on this new, yet exciting initiative!

Our theme this year is MAKE IT HAPPEN! We can show you what to do, how to do it and even give you everything you need to get it done, but if you don’t MAKE IT HAPPEN- it won’t.  WE NEED YOU- together so much can happen. This year we will be pushing you to be better in so many ways. Davis wants you to succeed, not only here, but when you leave and it will be important to push yourself NOW, so be ready and let’s work together to make you the BEST! There are three things we want from you: great attendance, great behavior and above all else- great grades in your classes. Get these taken care of and the rest will follow! 

2015 brings many AWESOME things for you at Davis and I can’t wait to see your name highlighted for scholarships and recognitions and you know how much I love to say your name on the announcements. Are you ready for this?  
Mrs. Julissa Alcantar-Martinez
Your Proud Panther Principal