Dyer Carlisle III

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Dyer Carlisle III (born c. 1949) is an assistant football coach at Birmingham-Southern College and former administrator for Homewood City Schools.


Carlisle is a graduate of Berry High School and Samford University. He went on to become assistant football coach at West End and Haleyville High Schools and head coach at the old Banks High School and Austin High School in Decatur. Carlisle spent more than a decade in college coaching at Mississippi State, Southern Miss and Jacksonville State.

In 1995, Carlisle became a teacher at Homewood High School. In 1999 he became the school's principal. In 2006 he was promoted to Communication and Community Relations specialist, a newly-created position at the Homewood Board of Education.

Carlisle acted as a volunteer coach for BSC in its first year. In March 2008 Carlisle retired from his Homewood Board of Education post to take a full-time position at BSC.

Preceded by:
John Draper
Homewood High Principal
Succeeded by:
Vic Wilson


  • McAlister, Laura (July 19, 2006) "Ex-Homewood principal takes communication post." Birmingham News.
  • Perrin, Mike (March 11, 2008) "Dyer Carlisle, Rodney Bivens take full-time coaching jobs at Birmingham-Southern." Birmingham News.