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Best High School: Davies High School

Location: Fargo

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Davies High School has been named Best High School in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the best high school in Fargo-Moorhead?

“It is always good to receive recognition for the efforts that are made on a daily basis from so many different people in so many different areas inside of a school,” Principal Troy Cody said.

What does your school provide that people may not know about?

“As a public school we are given the enormous responsibility to educate all students. That is extremely hard work, yet it is super encouraging when we see positive results inside of our school,” Cody said.

What makes Davis so popular among the voters?

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“The people. We have a dedicated and resilient group of adults who believe in, encourage, invest, and provide opportunities for students to succeed. We believe in building strong positive relationships ‘one student at a time!’” Cody said.

  • Second place: West Fargo High School
  • Third place: Moorhead High School
  • Fourth place: Fargo North High School
  • Fifth place: Fargo South High School

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