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Scott Green, born November 24th, 1972, grew up in Clayton County, Georgia. He is a 1991 Graduate of Riverdale High School. Coach Green received a Bachelor of Education degree in Health and Physical Education at the University of Georgia. Coach Green’s first coaching experience came as a student coach with the Cedar Shoals High School Lady Jaguars basketball program under the tutelage of Coach Charles Turner and Assistant Coach Harry Bufford. 

From 1998 to 2005, Coach Green taught Health and Physical education at Dobbins Middle School in Paulding County. During this time, Coach Green served as the Head Coach for the 7th and 8th grade boys basketball program as well as served as an assistant football coach under Coach Paul Wilder. 

During his time at Dobbins, Coach Green was fortunate enough to coach talented basketball players who were able to win two County Championships. From 2005 to 2009, Coach Green served as Athletic Director and physical education teacher at Austin Middle School in Paulding County under Principal Tammy Allen. In his first season at Austin, he captured another county championship for his 8th grade boys team.

In 2008, Coach Green made the leap to high school basketball. He has served as varsity assistant coach for the North Paulding Wolfpack boys program for 4 seasons. Coach Green will began his first season as the Varsity Women’s head coach in 2012-2013. 2017- 2018 will mark his 6th season as the Varsity girls head coach at North Paulding High School. This year Coach Green will be working as a Health and Physical Education teacher at North Paulding.

The 2016-2017 season was the most successful in school history and continues the trend of yearly improvement for the program. The Lady Wolfpack won 15 games in the 2016-2017 season  The 2017-2018 season is one full of promise and Coach Green is excited to see this group of great girls compete.  


This is Coach Street's third year with the NPHS basketball program. He has enjoyed watching the players mature and improve both on and off the court. He and his wife, Michelle, just celebrated their 5 year anniversary this past summer and are excited to see how she enjoys working at Hiram Elementary.