Knapp named next CGHS Athletic Director

Scott Knapp

Scott Knapp

(January 5, 2021) - Scott Knapp will succeed Jon Zwitt as Center Grove High School (CGHS) Athletic Director on July 1st. Zwitt announced in September his plans to retire at the end of the school year. Knapp’s appointment was approved by the CGCSC Board of School Trustees at its January 5th meeting. 
 
“It is truly an honor to have the opportunity to serve as Athletic Director of Center Grove High School,” said Knapp. “The traditions, families, and academics of Center Grove are unmatched. It has been my dream to be at a school of this caliber with an incredibly supportive fan base, first-class teachers, elite athletes, state-of-the-art facilities, and top-notch programs with nationally recognized coaches at the helm. I am excited to lead the Center Grove Athletic Department to continued success.”
 
"I’m extremely excited to have Scott Knapp approved by the School Board to serve as the next Athletic Director for CGHS,” said Jeff Henderson, Ed.D., CGHS principal. “Scott has spent the last eight years serving as the Assistant Athletic Director and has established himself as a valuable asset to our school and community. He is poised to continue the great traditions at CGHS and I look forward to seeing what new ideas he brings to the athletic program in the future. I’m excited to get to work with him in this new role.”
 
Knapp is in his eighteenth year as an athletic administrator. A native of northern Indiana, Knapp graduated from Ball State University in 2003. He began his career at Shawe Memorial Jr./Sr. High School (Madison, Indiana) serving as Athletic Director for three years. He then was hired at Southwestern (Hanover) Jr./Sr. High School where he served one year as Athletic Director and Dean of Students. Knapp spent the next four years as the Athletic Director at Greencastle High School, followed by a two-year stint as Assistant Athletic Director at Franklin Community High School. Knapp is in his eighth year as the Assistant Athletic Director at Center Grove High School. He and his wife Beth reside in Greenwood and have three children.