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Mr.  Chris  Small
Assistant Principal/Athletic Director

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Assistant Principal & Athletic Director

Education: Mr. Small graduated from Saint Michaels High School in 1990. He started College at Baltimore Community College and in 1992 transferred to Southern Wesleyan University. Mr. Small played soccer for SWU and earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1995 with major in Psychology. In 1997 Mr. Small started graduate school at The University of West Georgia. In 2000 he earned his Master of Arts Degree in Special Education with a concentration in behavior disorders. In 2010 Mr. Small completed his Educational Specialist Degree with a major in K-12 Educational Leadership. Mr. Small is currently pursuing his Doctorate of Education at Kennesaw State University. 

Work History: After graduating from Southern Wesleyan University Mr. Small gained employment at Inner Harbor Psychiatric Hospital for youth and adolescents. At Inner Harbor Mr. Small served as a counselor and teacher for adolescents. In 1999   Mr. Small became employed by the Douglas County School System. Mr. Small taught at Stewart Middle School for the 1999-2000 School year. 2000 marked the first year for Mr. Small at Alexander High School. Mr. Small has taught in the Special Education Department and also served as Department Chair.  Mr. Small was the Boys Soccer Head Coach from 2004 to 2012. As Head Boys Soccer Coach he accumulated a record of 89 wins 50 loses and 10 draws. Over the last nine years as head coach his teams went to six state tournaments. In 2008 he led the team to the Region 5AAAA Championship and to the Elite 8 of the State Tournament. In 2009 he was named Region 5AAAA Boys Soccer Coach of The Year and in 2012 he was named the Douglas County Sentinel Boys Soccer Coach of The Year. Currently Mr. Small is entering his seventh year as an Assistant Principal and Athletic Director. 

Family: Mr. Small is married to Tracy Small. They have four children Colin, Cole, Cody, and Isabella.