Scott Scrivner

Scott Scrivner 760 2022 (Added 11/15/22) MCD

Scott Scrivner

Teaching Associate

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Scott Scrivner has been a bassoonist and educator in this region for 36 years. Scrivner first arrived to the area from Louisiana in 1987 and has served the public school system since then. His primary position is Fine Arts director with Horry County Schools. he serves as a teaching associate with the university providing bassoons students with exceptional opportunities. Receiving a Bachelor of Music Education degree from NE Louisiana university in Monroe LA, encouraged him to continue his education and career in the state of South Carolina. He went on to attend the University of South Carolina and received a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration.

Bassoon was the major instrument all through college and he continues to play on a regular basis today. He has been a consistent member and performer of the North Myrtle Beach Community Band for 27 years, one of the founding members. He has played as a backup performer with Stevie Wonder and has also performed with the Long Bay Symphony.

His position with Horry County Schools requires that he supervise and support all Fine Arts teachers in the school system. This type of exposure provides endless opportunities for music students at CCU. The collaboration between the two educational institutions has provided many talented music professionals for the school district. 


Master of Educational Administration, University of South Carolina, 1996

Intersting Facts

Scrivner has been a presenter at numerous National Conferences. NAfME, (National Association for Music Education), NCTM (National Council for Teachers of Mathematics), SAW (Schools Around the World), NSTA (National Science Teachers Association), and SCMEA (South Carolina Music Educators Association). These different presentations come from his numerous certifications as a teacher. Scrivner was recognized for his service as an elementary classroom teacher in addition to his music education contributions.

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Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Administration