Meet the Superintendent
Mr. Greg Hamilton graduated from Russellville High School in 1989, signing a baseball scholarship with Northwest Shoals Community College. From NWSCC, Mr. Hamilton transferred to the University of Alabama, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Education. Later, he completed a Masters in Educational Administration and an Education Specialist Degree from the University of North Alabama. Mr. Hamilton began his career as a history teacher at Vina High School in 1996. While at VHS, he was the head baseball coach for 20 years, assistant football coach for 13 years, head track coach for 17 years, along with being assistant principal. In November 2016, Mr. Hamilton was elected as the Franklin County Superintendent of Education.
Message from the Superintendent
I count it a great honor and privilege to serve as Superintendent of the Franklin County Schools. In the Franklin County School District, we take pride in our students and employees and the success of our schools. Our district is committed to bringing out the best in each and every child, while recognizing that strong schools are the foundation of strong communities. I believe in the extraordinary potential of all of our more than 3,500 students, and I am committed to meeting their individual educational needs. Our work together requires teamwork, dedication, and collaboration. That collaboration extends beyond our school district staff and students: reaching throughout entire communities. I am dedicated to working with all members of our schools and communities as we continue to make strides in the education of our young people.