GO BIG BLUE has been my heart for over 35 years as I am a product of Chester County Schools. I began my educational journey in 1973 at East Chester Elementary School and continued there five years (grades 1st-5th). After those years, I attended North Chester School in 1978 for sixth grade and Chester County Junior High in 1979 through 1981. I graduated from Chester County High School with the proud Class of “85. Through those formative years, I experienced a great education delivered by great educators. After receiving my Associate Degree from Jackson State Community College, I completed my Bachelor Degree at Lambuth College in 1991. I started working for Chester County Schools in the summer of 1991 as a math teacher and football coach for Chester County Junior High and Chester County High School. I completed my Masters Degree from Freed-Hardeman University in 2000 and was appointed principal of Chester County High School that following school year. I remained principal of Chester County High School for fourteen years with great memories of those students and staff and great successes in academics and extracurricular events. In the summer of 2014, I was appointed Superintendent of Schools and continue in that role presently. Again during these recent years, I have had great memories and successes of students and staff. Chester County Schools have state and national recognition for delivering a great education to our students.
I am married to Amanda (Snider) Kilzer who is of the CCHS Class of ‘90 and we have three children, Kate (Class of 2020), Jordan (Class of 2022) and Zoe (Class of 2025) who are currently attending Chester County Schools. Chester County Schools have been an integral part of my life-a great place to work and live. As I started, “GO BIG BLUE!”