Dr. Scott Hebert has been part of Citrus County Schools for the past 29 years. He has worked as a Teacher, Guidance Counselor, Technology Specialist, Assistant Principal, Principal, Director of Area Schools and Elementary Education, Executive Director of Educational Services, and is currently serving in the capacity as Chief Academic Officer. Scott earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in elementary education from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania. He furthered his education with a Master’s Degree in educational leadership from Nova Southeastern University and a Specialist Degree in guidance and counseling from Argosy University. He most recently defended his dissertation to earn his doctorate degree in educational leadership from Florida Southern College. Scott was the 1999 Florida Teacher of the Year and also received the Milken National Educator Award that same year. Scott was also inducted into the Florida Educators Hall of Fame in 1998. He believes that in every grade level and in every class the focus of the classroom should be on what needs to happen to make children successful. Technology, problem-solving skills, reading, writing, and mathematics should be woven into daily lessons to prepare students for the future. Scott firmly believes we must open doors so that parents are welcome in our schools. Scott believes his greatest contribution to his community, within and outside the schools walls, is his deep commitment to serve children and their families. He was a member of the Citrus County Anti-Drug Coalition Board of Directors and is a current member of the Florida Organization for Instructional Leadership (FOIL) Advisory Board. He also serves on the Community Health Assessment Steering Committee as well as the Citrus County Education Foundation. Additionally, he is a contributing member of the St. Leo University Advisory Council.
Argosy University, Ed.S
Nova Southeastern University, M.S.
Florida Southern College, Ed.D
Slippery Rock University, B.S.