• Teri Cutler, Principal Teri Cutler

    Teri Cutler received her Master’s Degree in School Counseling with an Administrative Endorsement from Utah State University and began her career in the Cache School District in 1987, as a school counselor.  

    After spending seven wonderful years at Cedar Ridge Middle School, Teri decided it was time for a change and began her administrative career as an assistant principal at the South Cache Freshman Center in 1994. In 2003, Teri became the principal at the South Cache 8/9 Center serving in that position until 2010.   She then had the opportunity to be the Principal at Willow Valley Middle School where she fell in love with sixth and seventh graders all over again.   In 2014, was thrilled to be named the Principal of Mountain Crest High School.

    Teri was the recipient of the 2014 Utah PTA Outstanding School Administrator Award for Excellence in Education and one of the 2015 recipients of the Huntsman Award for Excellence in Education.  As an avid supporter of extra-curricular activities she believes all are equally important for the growth of young adults. Having completed a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre, she has a passion for the arts.   She believes that students must have opportunities to find and expand their talents and is grateful to be a part of a high school that offers many elective and extra-curricular choices to students so that they can develop their talents in whatever areas they choose.

    Teri currently resides in Wellsville, Utah with her husband Tyler, their children, Madison and Makaela and their dog, Mia.  

    Mrs. Cutler can be contacted at


    Doug Snow, Assistant Principal

    Doug Snow      I have been in teaching and administration for about 23 years and have loved it, especially when I get to work with students and watch them progress.  I have been a vice principal at Spring Creek Middle School and Logan High School and have taught and coached at Mountain Crest, Sky View, Logan, Spring Creek, Utah State University, and Madison High School in Rexburg, Idaho.

         This is my third time I have worked at Mountain Crest and I am proud, once again, to be a Mustang! 

         I have taught mathematics, physics, ESL, Astronomy, Principles of Technology, US History, and Physical Education during my career, but math was always my favorite subject to teach, especially trigonometry and precalculus.

         My wife Kimberly teaches at USU and we have three kids, two of whom graduated from Mountain Crest.  We love to travel, fly fish, play racquetball, and hang out with friends and family.





    Denise Mouritsen, Assistant Principal