Athletics Department

  • Knox County Schools (KCS) includes fourteen high schools and fourteen middle schools offering opportunities for student participation on athletic teams. The middle schools participate in basketball, track and field, and cheerleading. The high school program consists of seventeen varsity teams per school competing in eleven sports in addition to cheerleading.

    Each high school has an athletic director who supervises and administers the local school athletic program. All coaches are hired at the local school level. Prospective coaches should read our New Coaches page for information and then contact the local high school athletic director for specific vacancies. All high schools are members of Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA).

    The interscholastic sports programs offer an opportunity for participation in a variety of activities, which are a vital part of a student’s educational experience. Participation is a privilege that carries with it responsibilities to the school, sport, other students, the community, and to the athletes themselves.Participation in interscholastic sports in the Knox County School System is entirely voluntary. The opportunity to participate is extended to all eligible students.

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Athletics Contact

  • Marion Quinn
     

    Marion Quinn

    Athletics Specialist
     
    Andrew Johnson Building
    Suite 1203-A 
    (865) 594-1725 Office
    (865) 594-1764 Fax
     

Humanities Support Staff

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    Tracy Miller-Davis
     

    Tracy Miller-Davis

    Administrative Assistant
    Humanities, Athletics, PE, Health & Wellness
     
    Andrew Johnson Building
    12th Flooor
    (865) 594-1725 Office
    (865) 594-1764 Fax
     

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