Cori Daniels has studied the art of ballet since the age of four and began her career as a Dance Educator at Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School in 1998. Mrs. Daniels graduated with honors from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Education. She also holds certification in Dance Education for Grades K-12 as well as certification in Early Childhood Education for Grades P-5. When she is not in the classroom at Davidson Fine Arts, Mrs. Daniels enjoys being an active member at her church, community theater, and spending time with her husband and three children (all current Davidson students). Mrs. Daniels has a passion for education and a heart for young people. She is honored to work with her students and to help each of them grow daily towards their greatest physical, emotional, and artistic potential. Mrs. Daniels is honored to be the 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year for Davidson Fine Arts as well as a Schuler Award Nominee for her Choreography of Davidson's production of "West Side Story".