Central Davis Junior High School
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|Central Davis Jr. High School|
|663 Church Street
|School district||Davis School District|
|Color(s)||Purple, sliver, and white|
|Website||Central Davis website|
Central Davis Jr. High is a secondary school in Layton, Utah, United States. Davis School District started construction on the school in 1954. Central Davis celebrated its 50th anniversary in February 2005.
Central Davis teaches grades 7 through 9. Although 9th grade students attend classes at Central Davis, they are registered as students of Layton High School or Northridge High School. Central Davis Jr. High's sister school is Fairfield Jr. High and their major athletic/academic rival is North Layton Jr. High.
Central Davis students compete at the junior high-middle school level. This means that they compete with other schools in their district and nowhere else.
Central's sports teams include:
- Girls' volleyball
- Boys' basketball
- Girls' basketball
- Boys' track and field
- Girls' track and field
- Cheerleading team
- NAL (National Academic League)
Renovations and additions
Central Davis Junior High's middle school campus has gone through many renovations and add-ons over the past twenty years. It began with the 9th grade class of 1991 building what is now called the New Addition, as a class gift to the school. The New Addition added nine classrooms, a cafeteria, and a common room.
The second add-on to Central's campus was the armory. In 1992, the Utah National Guard gave up possession of a weapons storage and office facility next to Central Davis's campus. The Guard had already allowed the school use of classroom and gymnasium space in this building for years previously. The school district gladly accepted the building.
The third addition to the campus was completed in 2002. With the help of Layton City funding, Davis School District completed the largest school gymnasium in Davis County. Costing over $3 million, the gym is now used for both boys' and girls' gym classes and city basketball leagues.
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