Hall County teachers Leigh Wilson and Alexandra Starke have been named C.W. Davis Scholars. They will receive $500 scholarships toward their pursuit of advanced degrees.
Wilson teaches algebra and geometry at Chestatee High School. She is pursuing a specialist degree in curriculum and instruction at Piedmont College.
Starke teaches IB math and honors geometry at Johnson High School. She is attending Georgia State University to earn a Ph.D. in teaching and learning.
The North Georgia Community Foundation administers the C.W. Davis Scholarship, which is in honor of the life and career of C.W. Davis. Davis was the former principal of the original Flowery Branch High School, the founding principal of South Hall High, the former superintendent of Hall County Schools and the founder of the Lanierland Basketball Tournament.