• George Kazepis bio

    Mr. Kazepis has been an educator for 45 years. For the past 22 years he has been in Loudoun County. His teaching assignments have been as a Cross-Categorical teacher at Middleburg Elementary, a Teacher Naturalist at the Smithsonian Institution’s Naturalist Center, a Middle School Transition teacher and he is currently the Testing Coordinator at Douglass School. He also coordinates tutoring for students who need to retake their SOL tests. Ms. Emily Klopp provides tutoring for many of our Douglass students.
    He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, a Masters of Education in Diagnostic Prescriptive Teaching/Learning Disabilities, and an Advanced Certificate in Educational Administration from the College of William and Mary. He has also taken Doctoral classes from Virginia Tech in Educational Administration and numerous graduate classes from other universities, including Creative Writing and English courses from James Madison University.
    Prior to coming to Loudoun County he was an administrator in Warren County, Frederick County, and a special education teacher in Homer, Alaska, Kotzebue, Alaska, and Williamsburg-James City County with experience that includes Pre-school, K-12, and Adult Education.
    Please contact Mr. Kazepis at george.kazepis@lcps.org with any testing questions. 
Last Modified on August 16, 2019