SCOTT BACON, PRINCIPAL

Scott Bacon has been with the Blue Valley School District since 1989, beginning as a teacher, assistant football and head wrestling coach at BVHS. In 1993 to 2002, Bacon has served BVHS as an Assistant Principal and Activities Director and an Assistant Principal of Curriculum and Instruction. In 2002, Bacon served as the Principal of Pleasant Ridge Middle School until returning to Blue Valley High School as Principal in 2004. Bacon received a Bachelor's Degree in Secondary Education from Wichita State University, and a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Emporia State University.

Scott Bacon oversees daily operations of BVHS. He is the administrator for students with last names starting with Mc – R.

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MARK DALTON, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Mark Dalton has been in the Blue Valley School District since 1996. Dalton served at BVHS as a Math Teacher and Varsity Tennis Coach for 4 years, and then shifted to the Assistant Principal of Activities from 2000 to 2005. From 2005 to 2011, Dalton served BVN as an Assistant Principal of Curriculum Instruction. Dalton returned to BVHS in 2012. Dalton earned a Bachelor's Degree in Math Education from K-State University, and a Master's Degree in Education Administration from Emporia State University.

Mark Dalton oversees all Curriculum and Instruction at BVHS. He is also the administrator for students with last names starting with A – C.

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MOLLIE MCNALLY, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Mollie McNally has been at Blue Valley High School and in the Blue Valley District since the fall of 2011. Previously, she spent ten years teaching Theatre at Shawnee Mission North, and one year as the assistant principal at Antioch Middle School. McNally attended the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth where she earned her undergrad in Theatre and Secondary Education. She also holds a Master's Degree in School Leadership from Baker University.

Mollie McNally oversees all Performing Arts activities, Cheerleading, Dance Team, Student Council, and School-based clubs at BVHS. She is also the administrator for students with last names starting with D – He.

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MATT ORTMAN, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

Matt Ortman has served as an Assistant Principal and Athletic Director at Blue Valley High School since the fall of 2012. Prior to his appointment, Ortman taught Math, served as the Math Department Chair, and was Varsity Coach for the Tiger baseball team. Ortman received his Bachelor's Degree in Math Education and Physical Education from Northwestern College, and his Master's Degree in School Leadership from Baker University.

Matt Ortman oversees all Athletics at BVHS. He is also the administrator for students with last names starting with HI – Ma.

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ASHFORD COLLINS, ADMINISTRATIVE INTERN

Ashford Collins will be serving as the Administrative Intern at Blue Valley High School this year. He comes to us from the Olathe School District where he taught sixth grade Language Arts for six years, was a Building Leadership Co-Chair, completed Olathe's LEAD Academy, and was a Football Coach at his alma mater, MidAmerica Nazarene University. Collins received his Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education from MidAmerica Nazarene University and his Master's Degree in School Leadership from Emporia State University.

Ashford Collins oversees and supports many areas including Attendance, Student Teachers, Supervision, and Interventions at BVHS. He is also the administrator for students with last names starting with S-Z

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CONTACTS

​OUR MISSION

Blue Valley High School:
Dedicated to high levels of learning for all.

​OUR VISION

Blue Valley High School is a...

  • high-performing professional learning community.
  • safe and welcoming community that develops positive relationships with and among students.
  • community that promotes personal responsibility and high achievement.
  • community that prepares students for life and global citizenship.
  • community that builds upon its deep sense of tradition.​​