Breaking News
  • February 21Happy Scholastic Journalism Week!
The Student News Site of Briar Woods High School

Falcon Flyer

The Student News Site of Briar Woods High School

Falcon Flyer

The Student News Site of Briar Woods High School

Falcon Flyer

Welcome to BWHS Ms. Davis!

The multilingual English teacher.
Welcome+to+BWHS+Ms.+Davis%21

She’s fluent in 6 languages, is a lifelong learner, and has a passion to spread knowledge to those around her. Jacqueline Davis, an English teacher at BWHS, spent time abroad in Hakodate, Japan, where she persevered through all challenges and managed to rise to heights that seemed impossible at first. While she was in Japan, she competed in a speech competition where she remained steadfast in her goals to win despite the high stakes and difficulties that she faced. 

As a teacher, Ms. Davis was greatly influenced by her college professors and the environment they provided for her. She was inspired to create a similar environment that she experienced, where students are nurtured by knowledge and a place where they can challenge themselves to strive for excellence. 

After graduating college with a double major in theater and Japanese, she pursued a master’s degree in environmental sciences. While some people know exactly what they want to be, and others have no clue, Ms. Davis has always been a teacher, from helping and teaching her younger siblings, to advising and leading younger members of girl scouts as a teenager, as well as tutoring her peers to help them achieve success through her years in high school and college. This is her first year teaching full time; however, she had previously worked as a long term sub in many schools in Loudoun County. 

Ms. Davis has remarkable and inspiring experiences within school life and outside of the classroom. She has a love for teaching and wants every one of her students to feel happy, comfortable and safe in her classroom. Through her teaching, Ms. Davis inspires her students to grow and make better connections with other people and the world, as well as to challenge yourself to always do your best. 

“I could have taught a lot of different subjects, but what I love about English is that you use literature to figure out who you are, and what you want out of this world,” said Davis.

Leave a Comment
Donate to Falcon Flyer
$120
$500
Contributed
Our Goal

Your donation will support the student journalists of . Your contribution will allow us to purchase equipment and cover our annual website hosting costs.

More to Discover
About the Contributor
Krisha Dotiwalla, Reporter
Donate to Falcon Flyer
$120
$500
Contributed
Our Goal

Comments (0)

All Falcon Flyer Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *