Hello, my name is Mr. Brandon Davis and this is my 17th year as a teacher. I am from Conyers, Georgia and a high graduate of Salem High School in the Class of 2002. After high school, I attended Truett McConnell Junior College for two years on a baseball scholarship. I transferred to Georgia College and State University in 2004 after I realized that my Major League Baseball dreams would not pan out. At GCSU I obtained my bachelors degree in Special Education in 2007 and landed my first teaching job at Jones County High School. At Jones County High School, I began as an inclusion science teacher. Science was always my favorite subject. I was young and fresh out of college, so I coached two sports and ran the basketball concessions for the school. It was at the basketball concessions that I met my wife. Who would have thought that the smell of chicken tenders and fries would have changed my life forever? In June of 2011 I married my wife Wendy. In 2012, we welcomed our first child, Belle. In 2012, my teaching job would actually take a turn from what I had obtained my degree in. My principal asked me if I would be interested in becoming a full-time science teacher since I had became so content strong and of course like most employees I wasn't going to say no to the boss. In the summer of 2012, I took the GACE and became highly qualified in science. In 2014, Wendy and I welcomed our second child, Benson. In 2015, my parents started to have some health problems, so we moved our family back to the Conyers area where I taught one year at Heritage High School in Conyers, one year at Eastside High school in Covington, and 5 years at Locust Grove High School in McDonough. In 2018 we welcomed our 3rd and final child, Baylor. This will be my 2nd year at the Academy of Advanced Studies. I look forward to a great year of science with the most amazing students any teacher could ever have.