Coach Rayvan Teague is beginning his 11th year as head football coach at Carrollton High School.
His overall football coaching record is 205-57-1 during his 22 seasons as a head coach.
Coach Rayvan Teague is beginning his 11th year as head football coach at Carrollton High School. He
is a native of Flintstone, Georgia. Coach Teague received a Bachelor degree in Secondary Education —
History from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He received his Masters Degree in
Administration and Supervision from Georgia Southern University. He received his Specialist Degree in
Administration from Lincoln Memorial University.
Coach Teague began his coaching career at Henry County High School (1985-1987) serving as defensive
coordinator. He later coached at Clarke Central High School in Athens (1987-1990) serving as offensive
coordinator. Coach Teague served as athletic director and head football coach at LaFayette High School
from 1990-1993. During his four-year tenure, LaFayette made three playoff appearances and won one region
championship. In 1994, Teague became the athletic director and head football coach at Swainsboro High
School. During his eight seasons at Swainsboro, the Tigers made five playoff appearances, won two region
championships, and won the 2000 AAA State Championship. The Trojans have compiled a record of 106-21 and
won five regional championships during Teague’s ten seasons as head coach — bringing his overall football
coaching record to 205-57-1 during his 22 seasons as a head coach.
Teague considers the opportunity to serve the community of Carrollton and its young people a great
honor. His desire is to uphold and build upon the strong tradition of excellence set forth by his
predecessors and the Trojan faithful. Coach Teague is married to the former Beth Roberts of Chattanooga,
Tennessee. They have three children: Laurel, Taylor and Barrett.