Charles T. Davis, Jr., principal, for the past several years has served Greenville County Schools as an assistant principal at both Woodland and Rudolph G. Gordon Elementary Schools. Mr. Davis has also served as an elementary teacher and school counselor in Greenville County prior to beginning his career as an administrator.
A graduate of Morris College in Sumter, South Carolina, he earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education. Additionally, Mr. Davis completed graduate studies at Clemson University. While there he earned a Master of Education Degree in School Counseling, as well as 30 additional hours in family and student behavioral counseling. Mr. Davis also obtained certification in Educational School Leadership from Clemson University. He additionally earned an Education Specialist Degree from Furman with a concentration in the Superintendency.
In his twenty-first year as a professional educator with Greenville County Schools, he values and understands the importance of parental support and community involvement in a student's life. Mr. Davis firmly believes that children receive the best education possible when the school and home work together as a team. His motto and desire are for all children to be treated fairly and with respect. He passionately works with teachers, parents, and community leaders to teach, encourage, and mold students into responsible citizens of tomorrow. Mr. Davis truly believes in our school motto, “Building a Community of Excellence One Student at a Time”!
Charles T. Davis, Jr.
Building a Community of Excellence One Student at a Time