Subjects Taught
Health Science Foundation, Health Science Internship


currently obtaining teaching certificate at Athens State University

currently obtaining Masters of Nursing at the University of Alabama

Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (2005)

Oxford High School graduate (2001)


CPR instructor

Healthcare Provider CPR

PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)

TNCC (Trauma Nursing Core Course)


My name is Lindsey Webb, and I am starting my sixth year of teaching at Oxford High School.  I currently teach Foundations of Health Science, Therapeutic Services, Medical Terminology Online, Patient Care Technician and Health Science Internship. Shortly after graduating high school (here at OHS!), I began working at Northeast Alabama Regional Medical Center as a Patient Care Technician until I received a degree in nursing.  I worked in areas such as gynecology/pediatrics (2 years), oncology (2 years), Intensive care unit (2 years), and the Emergency Department (3 years).  I have come to the conclusion that teaching and nursing are very different, yet very similar.  Both are extremely rewarding.

My husband (Jason) and I have been married since 2003. Shortly after his deployment to Afghanistan, we had our first child, Peyton.  Peyton is nine years old, and is in fourth grade. Just one year later, our daughter, Reagan, was born.  She is eight years old, and in the second grade.  We also have a two-year-old, Chandler. When I am not consumed with homework/schoolwork, I enjoy spending time with my family.

My family and I attend Betta View Hills Church of Christ.