Rob ClarkRob Clark: Principal

Mr. Clark earned his bachelors, masters, and administration licensure from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has taught in Hawkins Co., Sevier Co, and at Carson-Newman College before moving to William Blount High School as the band director in 1999. Mr. Clark became assistant principal in the 2010-2011 school year and then head principal beginning with the 2011-2012 school year.

Michelle Harris

Mrs. Harris earned a B.A. in Biology from Maryville College in 1993 and began her teaching career in Charlotte, North Carolina. A Blount County Schools graduate, she returned to Maryville in 2002 teaching biology and chemistry at WIlliam Blount. Mrs. Harris earned a Master of Education in Instructional Leadership in 2022 and now serves as an assistant principal at William Blount High School.

Lisa Collins

Ms. Collins earned a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee in 1991. She earned her Master of Science in Business Education in 1997 from the University of Tennessee .  She began teaching in 1997 at Lenoir City High School and then moved to Heritage High in 1998.  She completed an Ed.S. in School Counseling from the University of Tennessee in 1999 and completed an Administration add on in 2011 and now serves as Assistant Principal at the William Blount Career and Technical building.

Scott Cupp

Mr. Cupp is a 1993 graduate of Maryville College. He has a masters from Tusculum and an Ed.S. from LMU. He started teaching in 1994 and came to William Blount in 1999. In 2011, Mr. Cupp became an assistant principal at WBHS. His extension is 57-2301.

Jeremy Snoderly

Mr. Snoderly earned his B.A. in History from East Tennessee State University in 2006. He began teaching at William Blount the same year. He earned his Master of Science in Educational Leadership in 2013 from The University of Tennessee at Martin and his Ed.S. from UTK in 2017. Mr. Snoderly is a 2000 graduate of William Blount High School. He taught AP Psychology, Sociology, United States and World History and Geography for ten years. He began as assistant principal at William Blount in 2016.

Ashlee Ivens

Mrs. Ivens earned a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with emphasis in science and English and teacher licensure in 2008 from Tennessee Wesleyan College.  She began teaching in Sequatchie County Schools the same year and also taught at Maryville Christian School and Rockford Elementary before coming to William Blount in 2017.  She earned her Master of Science in Administration with a concentration in library science from MTSU in 2014 and her Ed.S. from LMU in School Administration in 2018.  Mrs. Ivens now serves as an assistant principal at the William Blount Ninth Grade Academy.