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Meet the Principal


Mr. Dax Glover

Birthdate: March 17, 1987

Family: Wife, Dr. Ashton Glover, Two Boys, Bo Taylor & John Maddax

Dax Glover joined the administrative team at Tishomingo County High School as an assistant principal in 2014. In the Spring of 2020, Glover was offered and accepted the position of head principal at Tishomingo County High School. Succeeding Mr. Pete Howell, Glover would be the first TCHS graduate (2005) to be named to this position.

Previously, Glover was also the first alumni from Tishomingo County High School to be named athletic director in 2017. He took the reins from Jeremy Reece, who left Tishomingo County High School to become the head principal at Iuka Middle School.

His AD responsibilities have him overseeing the day-to-day operations of the athletic department, which features over 26 varsity and junior varsity teams who compete in the Mississippi High School Activities Association. 

Glover, a Burnsville native, was a 2005 graduate of Tishomingo County High School, where he lettered in basketball and baseball for the Braves.

Previous to joining the administration team at TCHS, Glover had served in many roles within the Tishomingo County School district. In 2011 he returned to his alma mater as a teacher and coach at Burnsville Elementary School. He was tasked with teaching Information Technology as well as serving on the football, basketball, and baseball coaching staff. In 2012, he was hired at Tishomingo County High School as a social studies teacher and coach. In his first two years at TCHS, he served as a teacher in the social studies department and as an assistant coach on the football and basketball staff. Glover stepped away from coaching duties at TCHS in 2018 to focus on his academic and athletic duties.

Professionally, Glover is a member of the Mississippi Association of School Administrators, Mississippi Professional Educators, and the Mississippi Association of Coaches.

Glover earned his bachelor’s degree in 2010 from the University of North Alabama. Later, in 2014, he earned a Master’s degree from Arkansas State University. In the fall of 2021, Glover earned an Educational Specialist degree from Liberty University. Currently, he is pursuing a Doctoral degree in educational leadership from Liberty University.