Fort Davis High School

Fort Davis High School is a 1A public high school in Fort Davis, an unincorporated community in central Jeff Davis County, Texas, United States. The school is operated by the Fort Davis Independent School District. In 2011, the school was rated "Academically Acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.

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