Stacy Graziosi, the new Director of the Chesapeake Learning Center, has lived on boarding school campuses for many years and has extensive experience meeting the needs of students. She is currently in her 13th year of teaching, including ESL, Literature and Composition, Literacy, Health, and Pre-Algebra. She also previously served as Assistant Athletic Director, Campus Blood Drive Coordinator and Dorm Parent for many years. Although her tenure includes 10 years in private international boarding schools, she has also taught at the collegiate level for Indian River State College in Florida and pre-school Head start and special education in PA.
Mrs. Graziosi earned her BA from the State University of New York in Social Services and her Masters in Health Care Administration from Simmons College in Boston, MA. Prior to teaching, her experience was that of as a health educator, administrator, program director and counselor providing education and support services to those in need. TESOL certified and trained in Orton-Gillingham, Mrs. Graziosi will provide another layer of remediation for our students in the Chesapeake Learning Center.
Mrs. Graziosi has a passion for theater, music, singing, and sports. She spent several years performing community theater and was a member of the Treasure Coast and New Lyric Theater Opera Society’s in Florida. You will often find her cheering at WNA sports contests at WNA. She lives on campus with her husband, Joseph (WNA Stem Director, Math Teacher and Soccer, Lacrosse, and Wrestling Coach) and her son Elijah (11th grade at WNA). She enjoys travelling, attending performances and sports events, family time and her two cats.