Jason Greer
Social Studies/Girls' Basketball


I am beginning my sixth season as Head Girls Basketball Coach at Lewisburg High School. I have 20 years of experience at the collegiate, high school, and junior high levels. Prior to Lewisburg I spent the previous two seasons as the Head 9th Grade Girls and Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach and Assistant Volleyball Coach at Pearl High School in Pearl, MS.  During my time at Pearl, the basketball team won the 2014 District Championship, and in 2015, finished the season 21-10 with an appearance in the Class 5A Final 4. This was the school's first appearance at The Big House since 1996. Prior to my time at Pearl, I served as Assistant Women's Basketball Coach at Millsaps College (NCAA DIII). The Lady Majors went 18-10 during the 2012-2013 season, winning the Southern Athletic Association Regular Season Championship. From 2010-2012, I was Head 9th Grade Girls and Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball Coach at NW Rankin High School. During my stint at Northwest Rankin, the team finished as District Runner-Up twice, and won the 2011 MHSAA Class 6A State Championship. 

I began my career in 1998 as a student assistant coach at Belhaven College. After leaving Belhaven, I became Assistant Varsity Boys Basketball Coach at Hillcrest Christian School, where I was on the staff that led the school to the 2001 MPSA Class AAAA and Overall Championships. Over the next five years I served as Head Boys and Girls Coach at Union Academy, Head Boys Coach at Greenville Christian School, and Head Girls Coach at Canton Academy.

I entered the public school ranks in 2006 as the Boys Basketball Coach at Byram Middle School. From there I served as Assistant Varsity Girls Basketball and Head Junior High Boys Basketball Coach at Morton High School.

I am a 1996 graduate of East Rankin Academy in Pelahatchie, MS. I also holds a BS in Business Administration (2000) and a Master of Arts in Teaching (2007) from Belhaven University. I currently reside in Olive Branch with my wife Tiffany, and my children Anne Reed and John Parker.