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Principal's Message

Message from Principal Shane Humphrey

It is an honor and privilege to serve as Allen County-Scottsville High School principal.  I have had a life-long passion for working with students and feel very grateful for the opportunity to serve in this role.  I have 13 years of experience teaching various grade levels in Social Studies.  Additionally, I have 7 years of experience serving as an assistant principal at both the high school and alternative school levels.  This year will be my first year serving as the proud principal of AC-SHS, and what an amazing year it going to be!  I am truly honored to be part of such a caring, compassionate, and hard-working school family.

I would like to welcome everyone to Allen County-Scottsville!  My mission is to provide each and every child with the highest quality education possible.  I believe it takes a village to raise a child and we are truly a village with teachers, parents, and other community members working together to provide what is best for every child here at AC-SHS.  As educators, we have the incredible responsibility and opportunity of not just teaching our children but also making a positive impact in their lives.  I believe in teaching the whole child.  This means it is our responsibility to teach and meet the needs of every child instructionally, socially, and emotionally. 

As your principal, I promise to keep students at the forefront of every decision we make as a school.  We will strive to teach and provide students with the knowledge, skills, and mindset necessary to have a successful future.  We will encourage and teach resilient learners, collaboration, communication, problem-solving, global citizens, and instill a lifelong love of learning.  We will teach having a growth mindset, so all students will learn to face challenges with confidence and perseverance.  And most of all, every child will be valued and have a voice. 

Thanks for visiting our site as we prepare to reach new heights of success that will positively affect our students, school, and community.  

Shane Humphrey