Greg Schultz, an educator with nearly 28 years of experience, became Superintendent of Oldham County Schools in June 2016. Mr. Schultz received his Bachelor of Secondary Education from the University of Kentucky, a Master of Administration from the University of Louisville, and an Ed.S. from Bellarmine University. He also received his superintendent certification from Western Kentucky University. He began his teaching career at Oldham County High School in 1990, where he also coached basketball and golf — and was promoted to Associate Principal in 1998. Mr. Schultz left Oldham County when he was hired as Principal of North Bullitt High School. He went on to serve 8 years as Assistant Superintendent of Student Learning in Bullitt County before returning to Oldham County Schools.