Gabe Guthrie has been teaching at Scott high school for 3 years. He grew up in Xenia, Ohio and graduated from Xenia High School. He received his bachelor degree in communications from Georgetown College. While at Georgetown, Gabe also played football from 2004-07 and earned 1st team all Conference in the Mid South division and NAIA All-American.
After graduating from Georgetown, Gabe received a job at The Jockey Club in Lexington, KY. At the Jockey Club Gabe served as the Communications Specialist and completed tasks such as, updating web pages and writing start-up news and press releases for the Jockey Club and their family of companies. After working at the Jockey Club Gabe decided that he wanted to pursue a career in education. He became enrolled at the University of Kentucky in the Education program. While in high school, Gabe had plans of becoming a special education teacher after serving as a peer tutor in a special education resource room. Gabe's mother is also a Instructional assistant in a resource room at a elementary school in Ohio, and influenced his decision to become an educator. After receiving his teaching degree at the University of Kentucky in special education (moderate and severe disabilities) Gabe was employed by Kenton County Schools and is going into his 4th year as a teach at Scott High School. Gabe also serves as an assistant football coach at SHS. He coaches wide receivers and outside linebackers. He is also the Special teams Coordinator.
Currently Gabe lives in Union, KY on a horse farm with his wife Stacey, who is a Guidance Counselor at Summit View Middle School. During his summers Gabe enjoys attending Cincinnati Reds baseball games as well as other minor league baseball teams.