“I’m so excited,” said Doug Webb, when asked about his new assignment as principal at Lehi High School. Webb, a life-time Lehi resident is really coming home. Webb, son of Bruce and Dina Webb, graduated from Lehi High School in 1988.
He went to UVCC (UVU) for one year before serving a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Tacoma, Washington. After returning from his mission, he enrolled at Utah State University. He graduated from USU with a degree in agricultural education. He taught at Copper Hills High School for two years before being hired to teach at Lehi High School. He taught for eight years at Lehi and then was hired as an administrator. He was assistant principal at Lehi High School for seven years.
Webb has been principal of Oak Canyon Junior High in Lindon for the last five years. He sees his assignment at Lehi High as a dream come true. He wants to continue the successes Lehi High School has enjoyed in the past. He recognizes there are some unique challenges with the growth anticipated at LHS in the years to come.
Webb admits he “bleeds purple,” along with his wife, Alexa (Dalley), a graduate of Lehi High School as well as his two oldest daughters and son-in-law. His middle daughter is currently a student at Lehi High School. He has a deep love for Lehi and understands the great tradition of educational excellence in Lehi.
Webb replaces Dave Mower who has been moved to the Data Services Department in the district office. Other administrative positions will be filled at LHS as current assistant principal Aaron Barth, will be the principal at Willowcreek Middle School.