Adam Freeman has been with Paramount School of Excellence since 2013 and currently serves as the Athletic Director, a position he has held since 2016. In his time at Paramount, Freeman has worked with the athletic department in a variety of ways, including coaching tackle football. A 2011 graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University with a degree in Sport Management and a 2014 graduate of Marian University with a Master’s of Teaching, Freeman has experience both coaching and playing football, basketball, baseball, and soccer.
Alex Hostetler began working at Paramount School of Excellence in 2017. Alex currently serves as an Assistant Dean of Students and coaches the offensive and defensive line for Paramount’s 3rd and 4th grade football team. Beginning during his tenure as a student at Ball State University, Hostetler has accrued several years of coaching experience, having coached football and wrestling at the high school, middle school, and elementary levels.
Zack Hoyt has been with Paramount School of Excellence since 2017 and currently serves as the Assistant Operations Manager at the school. In his time at Paramount, Hoyt has worked with the athletic department in their tackle football program. A 2016 graduate from The Ohio State University, he holds a degree in Sport Management. Coach Hoyt has experience both coaching and playing football, basketball, baseball, and track.
Matt McCarroll began working at Paramount School of Excellence in 2017. He currently serves as Assistant Director of Athletics and is an assistant on the 3rd and 4th grade football team. He received his Sport Management degree from Bowling Green State University and his Coaching degree from Ohio University. He has previous coaching experience in football and track and field.
James Reed began his career at Paramount School of Excellence in 2017. He is currently Asst. Dean and football coach of the 1st and 2nd grade team. Reed attended University of Chicago from 2001- 2003 where he played football and ran track. Reed has experience with coaching football and basketball.
Abby Robinson has taught at Paramount School of Excellence since 2016 and serves as the Film and Equipment Coordinator for Paramount’s 3rd and 4th grade football team. In her time at Paramount, Ms. Robinson has supported the Athletic Department in numerous ways, including working as the videographer for the tackle football and basketball teams, and assisting with the Cross Fit Club. Ms. Robinson graduated from Indiana University in 2014 and has previous experience playing and coaching tennis.
Luke Stoebick is entering his first year with Paramount School of Excellence. His duties throughout the year will be centered around football and basketball. Including his work in the athletics department, he also serves as the Instructional Assistant for the entire 3rd grade. Coach Stoebick has been coaching for many years, most recently, at Hamilton Southeastern High School where he was a head coach for both men’s basketball and golf. A proud Michigan State University Alum, Coach Stoebick is excited and ready for all that Paramount has to offer for the 2017-18 athletic seasons.
Dexter Taylor was named Head Football Coach at Paramount School of Excellence in June 2017. Prior to his career at Paramount, Taylor spent a year as a National Football Scout at NCSA working with college football coaches in recruiting. In his five seasons as a special team’s coordinator at Carmel HS, Taylor also tutored five different running backs each to a 1,000-yard season and double-digit touchdowns. During his tenure at Carmel, Taylor won three state championships (football/track &field) and two state runner-up titles. Taylor played high school football at Warren Central HS winning three consecutive state titles before earning Indiana Mr. Football in 2005. He began his college football career at University of Tulsa then transferred to Western Kentucky after his freshman season. He spent two seasons at WKU before finishing up his college career at Marian University where he helped lead the program to an undefeated season. Taylor earned his bachelor’s degree from Marian in 2012.
Keith Thibodeau has been at Paramount since 2014. He is currently the Physical Education Teacher and the Extended Core Team Lead. During his time at PSOE, Thibodeau has coached every single sport in some capacity, most recently as head coach of the first and second grade tackle football team. Thibodeau graduated from Indiana State University where he excelled in a variety of athletic endeavors.
Keith Thomas, Jr. has been with Paramount School of Excellence since 2013 and currently serves as the Middle School Mathematics Lead Teacher. In his time at Paramount, Thomas has served as a flag and tackle football coach. A 2011 graduate of Florida A&M University with a degree in Accounting, and a 2013 graduate of Marian University with a Master’s of Teaching, Thomas has experience both playing and coaching football.
Marquez Wynne is in his first year at Paramount School of Excellence and currently serves as the middle school IA. In his time at Paramount, Wynne has worked with the 3rd and 4th grade tackle football team as the Defensive Coordinator. Wynne attended Warren Central High School, where he played football and won three state championships, while also playing varsity basketball for two years. After graduating from Warren Central in 2006, Wynne went on to attend Kentucky State University where he studied Business Management.