Darren Frank is the MHMS school principal. He graduated from UT Knoxville with a degree in special education, which cerified him to teach all levels of special education (remedial through gifted) in grades K-12. He also holds a Master of Arts Degree in Education from Cumberland University; a Plus-30 Endorsement in curriculum and instruction from TSU and Union University in Hendersonville. During his sophomore year in colege, Mr. Frank spent a semester in Grantham, England studying abroad at Harlaxton College, a sister capus of the University of Evansville. As a classroom teacher, Mr. Frank never had aspirations to become a school administrator. However, in fall 2002, his school's principal asked him to step up as the assistant principal for the spring semester. Darren enjoyed administration so much that he decided to remain an assistant principal, where he learned his strenghts and weaknesses within a school. In 2011 Mr. Frank replaced the retiring principal of Ellis Middle, where he remained until taking the position of MHMS school principal in Summer 2016. Darren and his wife Kim both grew up in Hendersonville. Mr Frank attended Nannie Berry Elementary, Hawkins Jr. High(grades 7-9), and Hendersonville High School, where he met Kim. He has two children: 12th grader Adam and 6th grader Sally, who both attend MHMS. Mr. Frank's older sister teaches English at Station Camp High School. His parents, who are still very influential in his family, are retired and live in Hendersonville. Mr. Frank enjoys any outdoor activities, especially with family. He never passes up an opportunity to take a walk with his wife Kim, and has a passion for international mission work through his church.
Jason Bennett has been working in Sumner Co Schools since 2001. He earned his bachelor's degree in modified comprehensive special education and his master's degree in instructional leadership from Union University. Mr. Bennett has taught at the elementary, middle and high school level, with a majority of his teaching experience at Hendersonville High School as a resource teacher. In addition to being a teacher he has served as the head wrestling coach where he coached in 4 state championship finals matches. He was named HHS teacher of the year in 2013 and has led in-services at the school, county, and regional level in instructional technology. He and his wife, Amy, keep busy with five children, which includes two sets of twins. Mr. Bennett enjoys spending time with his family, keeping pace with technology, woodworking, and music.