Mrs. Seandee Bennett
Seandee Bennett is an assistant principal at Hancock High School. She graduated from Harrison
Central High School. After starting her family, she pursued her dream of becoming a teacher.
She began her education at MGCCC, Jeff Davis Campus, and went on to earn her B.A. from The
University of Southern Mississippi. She continued her education at Arkansas State University
where she earned a M.Ed. in Gifted Instruction and an Ed.S. in School Leadership and
Seandee began her teaching career in the Harrison County School District as an elementary
teacher before becoming certified in secondary math. She then taught for two years at Harrison
Central Ninth Grade before it closed. Seandee was happy when she was provided with the
opportunity to move to Hancock County where she taught Algebra at HHS for ten years and
Gifted at HNCE for two years. Once again, she was allowed to go back home to HHS as an
assistant principal for the 2021-2022 school year and currently continues to serve in that
Seandee has been married to her husband, Chad, since 2007. They have a wonderful blended
family that consists of four children, Brandi, Cathy Ann, Tristan, and Adrian, as well as two
grandchildren, Matti and Rhett, and several animals. She enjoys spending time with her family,
traveling, and camping.