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Athletics - Courtney Davis

Coming soon for Middle School Athletes

ACE (Athletic Conditioning and Enrichment) – 2nd Year

Summer 2018
Early Summer Session: 6/4/18 - 6/21/18
Mid Summer Session: 7/9/18 - 7/26/18

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King  |  Lowell  |  Poe  |  Irving  |  Rhodes  |  Tafolla  |  Whittier  |  YMLA

Assistant Athletic Director Courtney Davis Assistant Athletic Director

Courtney N. Davis is a product of SAISD in every sense of the
phrase, attending Herman Hirsch and Bowden Elementary schools,
moving on to Davis Middle School and finishing at Sam Houston High School in 1996.

With a family of six sisters and three brothers that are all products
of SAISD and all graduated from Sam Houston High School,
Courtney knew without a doubt she too would attend “The Pride of
the Eastside” and become a proud Cherokee.

In 1996 Courtney was awarded a full scholarship to play volleyball
at a small private college in Dallas, Texas. While playing at Paul
Quinn, Courtney earned honors such as All- tournament MVP and Top Senior awards. She also earned
the prestigious Provost award for her outstanding academic achievement.

After completing all requirements for graduation in December 2000, Courtney returned to San Antonio
and begin teaching at Madison Elementary School while coaching at Whittier Middle School. That July
Coach Phyllis Sance one of Courtney’s mentors moved on to the SAISD Athletic Office and without
hesitation Courtney jumped at the opportunity to coach at her alma mater and remained at Sam
Houston until January of 2016.

Courtney attributes her drive to her mother who although is sweet and quiet - her love and support is

Courtney has two sons, Amaryon and Ahmir Thompson, who are currently students in SAISD and are
huge fans of green, white and tangerine orange.

Courtney’s Philosophy… you get out, what you put in.