Allison Page is President of HGTV & Food Network. Under her leadership, series such as Fixer Upper, Flip or Flop and Brother vs. Brother garnered record ratings for HGTV.
“Long after the facts and figures faded, what has remain with me from my days at Webb are the memories of my teachers. They gave me the skills and confidence to tackle future challenges I couldn’t even have imagined back in high school. Throughout my college years, graduate studies, and career, I’ve gratefully carried the joy of learning they instilled and cultivated in me.”
Greer is an attorney in the Washington, D.C. office of the international law firm of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, where he focuses on the development and finance of renewable energy and large transportation infrastructure projects.
“I owe so much to the education I received at Webb and to the teachers who supported me into pursuing an arts education. I didn't quite realize how impactful my time at Webb was until after graduation. Webb has taught me to be a self-reliant thinker with a love of learning.”
Peter Jacobstein is a digital technology leader with deep experience in financial services and media. He currently serves as Chief Strategic Partnership Officer at Interface Financial, leading the company's growth in digital supply chain finance.
"I began attending the Webb School of Knoxville in 6th grade, played plenty of baseball, and graduated seven years later with the Class of 2013. I enrolled at the University of Southern California and majored in International Relations with a minor in Economics."
"Attending Webb School had an enormous impact on my life and the direction that it took. I arrived at Webb as a freshman after the unexpected death of my father the year prior followed by a sudden move to Knoxville, away from the friends and support that I had known up to that point."
Scholarships offered to members of the Class of 2019.
Different colleges and universities attended by the 110 students from the Class of 2019.
College placement for Webb’s Class of 2019
Students score 3 or higher on AP exams.
The average number of student merit award winners in the past 5 years.