Meet Your High School Leaders

Darlene Sangiorgio

I love the start of school!  I love the energy, the smiles, the structured schedule and a chance to get to know the students and staff.  This is my second year at Weber High as an administrator.  My educational experience includes teaching junior high, high school (right here at Weber High) and online courses for both the Utah State Office of Education and Weber Online along with being an Elementary Principal (12 years) and now a Secondary Principal (starting year three).   Twenty five years in education has flown by and I have enjoyed every assignment along with the many wonderful students, staff and parents I have encountered along the way.  In my spare time, I enjoy road biking, mountain biking, camping, reading, hiking, photography and spending time with my family (grandkids are the best).  My quote to share comes from our principal – “We are strongest when we stand together.”  

Quincey Pearce

My name is Quincey Pearce.  I am a North Ogden native and attended Weber High School!  I graduated from Weber State University, where I was a student-athlete in women’s soccer.  I began teaching Biology and Human Biology at Fremont High School.  Since then, I have taught in both junior highs and high schools, and in two different countries.  My most recent teaching position was as the Medical Forensics teacher at Weber High School!  This year marks my 20th year in education.  I spent my first year in administration as the Assistant Principal Intern at Wahlquist Junior High School just last year.  This marks my second year in administration and I LOVE it!  I love Weber High School, the students, the staff and the community!  I have four children, the oldest having just graduated last year from Weber High. I am very excited to be able to work with Mr. Ballif, Mrs. Sangorgio and Ms. Earnest.  See you at the games and probably the grocery store!

“Clinging to what you already know is the path to an unlived life.  So cultivate ‘beginner’s mind,’ walk straight into your not-knowing, and take the risk of failing and failing, again.  That’s the path to a life lived large.” Parker J. Palmer

Bryce Ballif

I am beginning my 27th year in education.  I worked at Roy High for two years, Fremont High for 21 years, and this will be my fourth year at Weber High.  I loved teaching A.P. Biology, and also loved coaching: Golf 18 years, Basketball 10 years, and Football two years.  I was proud to be part of three state championship teams in golf while at Fremont.  I am married to Pam, and have two kids Broc, third year teaching at Orion, and Abbie, SpEd. aide at West Weber.  I am an avid fisherman, and spend most of my days on lakes and rivers in Idaho, Wyoming, Montana and Utah.  I’ve become obsessed with catching Lake trout, and chase them often.  My favorite quote for education is, “Learning is not attained by chance.  It must be sought for with ardor, and attended to with diligence.” – Abigail Adams

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