Fabiola Rosenberger, Spanish Teacher
Fabiola joined Capital City in 2009 and has over 10 years of experience teaching and working in schools.
Fabiola began her teaching career in Mexico, where she is originally from, working with elementary-aged students. Fabiola then became a VIF Teacher through the Visiting International Faculty Program and taught Spanish in the United States in Franklin Public Schools, Newport News Public Schools, and Washington County Public Schools. She has also taught Spanish at Hood College in Maryland. She is a member of ACTFL (American Council on The Teaching of Foreign Languages) and FLTEACH (Foreign Language Teach Forum).
Fabiola holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Veracruz, Mexico, where she also did some postgraduate studies in teaching.
Fabiola has participated in a variety of professional development opportunities while at Capital City, including the Responsive Classroom Institute. She has led an after school Spanish club for Pre-K and Kindergarten students, and has had a Flamenco Residency for first and second graders.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling, reading, dancing and doing yoga. Her main goal is to learn how to dance flamenco.