• Scott Flowers
    Scott Flowers,
    Chief of Middle Schools

    Flowers holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from the University of South Florida and a bachelor’s degree from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Before accepting the schools chief position in Fayette County Public Schools, Flowers served as chief academic officer and executive director of Acceleration Academies, a dropout re-engagement program. His prior district leadership experience includes serving as chief academic officer for Allendale County Schools in South Carolina. His building leadership experience includes principal of Terry Parker High School in Jacksonville, Florida, and as principal of Christiana High School in Newark, Delaware. Flowers has had national, corporate educational experience and served as executive director of secondary programs and vice president of education services for Edison Learning. In this role, he supported and mentored K-12 principals and supervised regional education teams in managed charter schools and in urban district turnaround schools.