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front view of Ellis Middle School
Ellis Middle School Sign
Students playing the flute
Group of students playing Second Rule
Students in Band
students cheerleading
students playing soccer
students in gym class
student working in class
Students huddled around working on a science project
Ellis Cross Country girls in the middle of a race
Ellis Cross Country boys in the middle of a race
student playing tennis
students playing volleyball

Welcome to William Ellis Middle School

DCS At A Glance

Facts + Figures

Students Holding up the number one

“As your superintendent, I will stand on the shoulders of the exceptional leaders who preceded me and strive to lead DCS to even higher levels of achievement...” 

Superintendent Jeff Wallace

6,000

Students Enrolled

Staff

"I feel like I have purpose at DCS, and really have the opportunity to make a difference."

Jinda Haynes, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources

#2

Ranked for SAT Scores in the Piedmond-Triad and #14 in NC

82%

of Davie County Schools Met or Exceeded Growth In 2019

Students listening to CTE Teacher

“Whether a student enters the workforce right out of high school, enlists in the military, or enrolls in an institute of higher learning, Davie County Schools' Career and Technical Education provides important career and life skills to transition students to successful and productive citizens..” 

Anthony Davis
Director of Career & Technical Education and Federal Programs 

 

88%

Of Students Graduated in 4 Years

Students at Graduation

“Each year as I prepare my remarks for the graduation ceremony, I ask teachers to share with me their thoughts on the graduating class.  As I read through the responses, this year (2020) two words were repeated: resilience and perseverance.” 

Doyle Nicholson
Davie County High School Principal

Please note: The majority of the images and videos presented on the pages of this website were captured prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, before  ongoing safety protocols were put in place.