Mr. Scott Douglass

sdouglass@cvgs.k12.va.us

Mr. Douglass is honored to have the opportunity to be a part of the CVGS team. Mr. Douglass comes from E.C. Glass High School where he began teaching Chemistry and Advanced Physics before teaching the Advanced and AP Physics for the last ten years. In addition, Mr. Douglass has served in Lynchburg City School’s Summer School program as Assistant Principal (2005), Principal (2006-2007), and SOL Content Academy Coordinator (2008). Mr. Douglass has also been an ETS SAT Administrator and Site Supervisor for E.C. Glass for the last 11 years. For the upcoming 2011-2012 school year, Mr. Douglass will be serving as the Physics and Senior Seminar Instructor for CVGS. Mr. Douglass uses a variety of teaching methods but likes inquiry-based learning to help students facilitate their learning and to develop students’ critical-thinking skills. Mr. Douglass earned a B.S. in Physics with a minor in Math from Longwood University. He then earned a M. Ed. in Educational Leadership, Administration and Supervision. Mr. Douglass currently has an additional 24 graduate credits in science including Physics (University of Virginia), Astronomy, and Environmental Science (Lynchburg College). Mr. Douglass has a wife, Michelle, who is the College Biology teacher at E. C. Glass High School. She has a Master’s degree in Biology and also teaches at local colleges. Mr. and Mrs. Douglass have two wonderful children named Nathan Riley (6 years-old) and Taylor Michelle (4 years-old). Mr. Douglass enjoys time with his family, history, traveling and tennis.