Sherry Chapman graduated from Campbell County High School in 1984; where she was named a Parade All American Athlete while playing for the Lady Cougars. She started her college career at the University of Tennessee Knoxville where she played basketball as a Lady Volunteer. She then transferred to Lincoln Memorial University where she continued to play basketball and received the All American Athlete title. Sherry began her career in education in 1989. She started teaching Algebra 1 in 1989 at LaFollette Middle School. She moved to Campbell County High School in 1990 where she continued to teach Algebra 1 and also became the girl's basketball coach. In the 1990-1991 basketball season, Sherry lead the lady cougars to a state appearance. She taught Algebra 1 at Campbell County High School from 1990-2010. In 2011 she became one of the Assistant Principals as well as Athletic Director. Sherry today continues to serve Campbell County High School as Assistant Principal.
"The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will."