Ms. Alecia ChapinGeneral Studies Teacher
Ms. Alecia Chapin is a second year member of our Middle School General Studies faculty. During her first year, she taught 7th and 8th grade English and Social Studies, and this year, she also teaches 6th grade English. She received her Bachelor of Arts in History from Grand Valley State University and her Master of Arts in History from Florida International University. While at Grand Valley State University, she was awarded an honorable mention for the Quirinus Breen Prize 2013 for her paper, “A Boulder and Its Ripples: The Haitian Revolution and Its Effects on Cuba.” During her undergraduate and graduate career, Ms. Chapin presented three different papers – “A Boulder and Its Ripples: The Haitian Revolution and Its Effects on Cuba,” “Through the Looking Glasses: Slave Resistance and Assimilation in Colonial Latin America,” and “From Encounter to Devastation: Native Americans and Indigenous People” at different conferences.