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ECS Administration

Principal - DeHavon Scott

DeHavon Scott was born and raised in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area.  As a native of the area, Mr. Scott received his formal education in the Prince George's County Public School System.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Delaware State University and his Master of Education degree in Curriculum Instruction from Walden University.  He’s currently in his final year of the doctoral degree program at Grand Canyon University (Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership, with emphasis in K-12 Education).


His passion for education started early on, and he began his career serving in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia public, private, and charter schools.  With a career span of 15 years, he’s most proud of the investment in the young men and women in those communities. Mr. Scott previously served as Assistant Principal for Student Life at Archbishop Carroll High School; Assistant Principal at Forcey Christian School; and Assistant Principal at Bethel Christian Academy.


During his tenure as an educator, Mr. Scott realized there was a great need for young men in the African American community to witness and have access to African American professionals, and therefore birthed his mentoring program.  He understood the importance of creating a safe space where young men had the opportunity to share their life experiences, seek guidance, and develop trusted relationships with their mentors.  Men Empowering Now (M.E.N.), LLC is a mentoring program designed to assist young men ages 8-17, with a focus on Faith, Leadership, Family, and Wellness.  He currently serves as the Youth & Young Adult Pastor at his local church, under the leadership of his parents, Apostle Richard Scott and First Lady Carol Scott.


Mr. Scott resides in Prince George's County with his beautiful wife, Jennifer. They’re the proud parents of son Jordan and daughter Zion-Elizabeth.  In his spare time, he enjoys playing various instruments, watching sports, and traveling with his beloved family.

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