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  • Antjuan Marsh grew up in Milton and Bagdad, Florida.  Marsh attended Troy University during the early 90’s on an athletic scholarship.  Marsh went on to earn both a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Social Science Education from Troy.  While attending Troy, Marsh was four year starter on the defensive line.  During the 1992 season, Marsh was selected as the team captain after leading the Trojans in both sacks as a nose guard and touchdowns as a short yardage fullback. 
  • In 1993, Marsh graduated with honors as an Algernon Sydney Sullivan recipient.  After completing his Bachelor’s degree Marsh served as a graduate assistant coach at Troy and successfully completed a Master’s in Secondary Education.  In 1994, Marsh was hired by Jefferson County Board of Education and began his career in secondary education at McAdory High School.  While at McAdory High School, Marsh served as social studies teacher, writing-across-the-curriculum coordinator, football and basketball coach, FCA and First Priority sponsor, and administrative designee.
  • In 2005, Marsh earned a doctorate in educational leadership from Nova Southeastern University.   In 2006, Marsh was named assistant principal and now serves at McAdory as assistant principal of instruction.  While working as an educator, Marsh has been quit busy speaking and ministering to students as a featured speaker at college and youth conferences, school assemblies, baccalaureate services, and revival services with some of those events in New Zealand, Hong Kong and Istanbul, Turkey.

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Antjuan Marsh

 

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