Dr. Scott's Biography
Dr. Mark Scott began his tenure as the Superintendent of Schools for Houston County in 2014. Prior to becoming Superintendent, Dr. Scott served as the Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and as the Principal of Northside High School. He began his career in Baldwin County, spending 10 years in the classroom before becoming an Assistant Principal at Baldwin High School and later the Principal at Oak Hill Middle School.
He earned a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Mercer University and a Specialist in Educational Leadership from Georgia College & State University. In addition, he earned a Master of Technological Studies and Bachelor of Trade and Industrial Education, both from the University of Georgia. A native of Milledgeville, he graduated from Georgia Military College Prep School.
He and his wife, Tina, have a son named Langdon, who graduated from Northside High School. Dr. Scott is an avid Georgia Bulldog fan, loves the challenge of a good brain teaser, and enjoys spending time outdoors.