Social Science Teacher
Ms. Nicole Spage, a Park View graduate, is beginning her twenty-third year of teaching in Loudoun County. She has a B.A. in English Literature from George Mason University, a J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law, and a M.Ed. in secondary social studies education from Marymount University. Ms. Spage is currently teaching AP Psychology and Introduction to Psychology. She serves as the Social Science Department Chair and is also the Junior Class sponsor (please check out the Junior Class page too).
Ms. Spage has been honored multiple times by Who's Who among America's Teachers, at Loudoun County's Excellence in Education Banquet, and at Park View's own PATS Awards. She is also the very proud recipient of Park View's Teacher of the Year Award for 2006-2007. Ms. Spage was nominated for the Washington Post's Agnes Meyer Outstanding Teacher Award in 2007 by fellow educator, Andy Hill.
Course InformationCurrent GradesPlease log into Phoenix/ParentvueCurrent Homework AssignmentsCourse Materials and HandoutsUpcoming AssessmentsCourse SyllabusQuarter (Nine Week) Plan Extra Curricular Positions Social Science Department Chair Junior Class sponsor Contact Information Address:
400 W. Laurel Ave., Sterling, VA 20164
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