Ronald Fabin graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a B.S. in Art Education. He received his Masters of Arts in Education from Virginia Tech in 1988. Mr. Fabin is a Fulbright Scholar, spending one year teaching in a Comprehensive School in Northern England. This experience enabled him to study art in Europe, Russia and Egypt in addition to the United Kingdom. In 1998, Mr. Fabin was selected to participate in the Japanese Fulbright Memorial Fund Program. Funded by the Japanese government, he was granted a three-week study tour of Japan, with emphasis on Japanese government, education, history and culture. After twenty-one years in the Winchester Public Schools System, Mr. Fabin taught one year at Stonebridge High School before opening the Art Department at Heritage.
Mr. Fabin served on the board of the Virginia Art Education Association (VAEA) for nine years, including two years as President. He also served as President of the Blue Ridge Fine Arts League, as well as PTO President of Virginia Avenue Charlotte DeHart Elementary School in Winchester, in 2008. Mr. Fabin currently serves as a member of the Art Curriculum Advisory Committee at Lord Fairfax Community College.
The Blue Ridge Region of the VAEA named Mr. Fabin the Secondary Art Teacher of the Year in 1993. Additionally, he was recognized, by the VAEA in 2003 as the Virginia Art Educator of the Year.
Mr. Fabin is currently serving as the Fine Arts Department Chairman at Heritage High School. This year Mr. Fabin is teaching Art 1, Art 3, Art 4, AP Studio Art, Sculpture and Drawing & Painting.
You may contact Mr. Fabin at email@example.com .