Faculty & Staff
Faculty & Staff
Alicia Adams grew up in New Jersey and lived abroad for several years. She has lived in Spotsylvania for the past 16 years with her family. Committed to youth development and Catholic education, she volunteered as a catechist at St. Jude’s for twelve years, and has held leadership roles in both the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. At St. Michael’s, Alicia has influenced the direction of the English department, and has helped to spearhead the introduction of Dual Enrollment classes. “An education in the fullness of humanity should be the defining feature of Catholic schools.” –Pope Francis.
- BA honors in Comparative Literature, Rutgers University (1997)
- MA in Humanities, California State University – Dominguez Hills (2006)
- College Board Advanced Placement course authorization: AP Literature and Composition, AP Language and Composition
- Dual Enrollment Instructor with Germanna Community College
GUIDANCE COUNSELOR, ENGLISH, SCIENCE
In 1996 Mrs. Geracoulis moved to Virginia and taught for several years at Quantico Middle School, then “retired” for eight years to be a stay home mom to her two children. She returned to teaching as a substitute teacher in the Orange County Schools, where she also worked for a semester as an ASL interpreter at Orange Elementary school.
Mrs. Geracoulis was raised in Hawaii and her love for different cultures led her to live abroad for several years in New Zealand and Argentina. She is passionate about animal rescue and, when time allows, helps transport dogs from shelters to foster homes. She is a member of St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church in Stafford.
FINE ARTS & VISUAL ARTS
CHEMISTRY & HISTORY
Mr. Lewis’ experience in mathematics education spans over forty-three (43) years in both private and public sectors, live and virtual settings, and secondary and higher education. Mr. Lewis has a Masters in Mathematics and and Undergraduate Degree in Secondary Mathematics Education, both from the University of Delaware. He believes that all students possess characteristics and adversities that are unique to the individual. They need teachers that really understand them… how they think, how they learn, and what they need emotionally as well as academically. After 43 years, Mr. Lewis still has a passion for teaching all students to grow both academically and socio-emotionally. His greatest excitement comes from seeing students from every academic and socioeconomic background develop strong skills in organization, communication, problem-solving and decision-making. He is proud to be part of the Saint Michael Community.