Secretary/Treasurer: Greg Scott, CMAA
Greg Scott, Ed.S., CMAA, is the Principal and Athletic Director at Milan High School. He has been the AD at Milan High School for eight years.
Greg graduated from Milan High School, then continued his baseball career and graduated from Lambuth University. He has since added a Master’s Degree in Education from Trevecca Nazarene University and an Ed.S. in School System Administration from Arkansas State University.
Before coming to Milan, Greg was the Head Baseball Coach and Athletic Director at Humboldt High School. In all, he has coached Baseball, Girls’ Basketball, Boys’ Basketball, and Boys’ and Girls’ Cross-Country. Humboldt reached the regional baseball tournament for the first three times in school history and set a new record three times for wins in a season, with 20-, 25-, and 29-win seasons.
As Athletic Director, Greg has overseen programs that competed for state championships in Golf, Boys’ Basketball, Track & Field, Baseball, and Football. He has also guided schools to starting programs in Cross-Country, Track & Field, and Girls’ Soccer. He has championed programs and incentives in growing character through the educational-based athletics at both schools.
Since 2008, Greg has been an active member of both the TIAAA and NIAAA. He currently has completed nineteen (19) LTI courses, and now teaches LTI courses for the TIAAA and plans to do so for the NIAAA as well. He was named the Tennessee AD of the Year in April 2017. Greg earned his CAA in 2015 and completed the requirements for the CMAA in the fall of 2017. He began serving the TIAAA as Executive Secretary in June 2017.
Greg also serves as the District 8 representative on the TSSAA Board of Control, representing schools in nine (9) counties since 2014. Through his duties with the Board of Control, he has attended the NFHS Summer Meeting each year since 2015.
Greg places a high priority on lessons and values gained through involvement in athletics as a part of a student’s high school experience. Student growth as people first is the highest priority and all involvement in athletics stems from that passion to see students leave Milan High School as educated leaders of character. He lives in Milan, TN with his wife of 17 years, Jaclyn. They have four children – Kara (15), Gabe (12), JP (10), and Kane, who is in heaven.
“. . but in humility, consider others as more important than yourselves.” – Philippians 2:3(b)
Milan High School
7060 E Van Hook St, Milan, TN 38358