Vosburgh, Alicia - Principal
Phone: (252) 946-1611
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Mrs. Alicia Vosburgh
Alicia Vosburgh is an Innovative Educator who has worked hard to create a school culture that thrives on student engagement, collaboration, and teacher leadership. She maintains high expectations for all students and staff by sharing innovative ways to prepare students for relevant and real-world success. Mrs. Vosburgh ensures that all educators have a voice in critical conversations and decision-making that affects the delivery of high-quality instruction and ensures best practices for student success.
Mrs. Vosburgh is a local educator that attended Beaufort County Schools and graduated from Washington High School in 1992. Beaufort County has been her home and she returned in 2002 to give back and contribute to the growth of students and families in our community.
Mrs. Vosburgh graduated from the University of Wilmington at North Carolina with a Bachelor’s of Arts in Elementary Education. She began her career in education teaching at Title One funded schools in Tampa, Florida and later in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mrs. Vosburgh then moved back home to eastern North Carolina continuing to teach in Pitt County while earning her Master’s of School Administration from East Carolina University. She later worked her way into administration with Beaufort County Schools.
Mrs. Vosburgh has been recognized for her continued work and leadership as Principal at Chocowinity Primary School, in Beaufort County, by receiving awards such as Principal of the Year, National Distinguished Title One School, as well as a National Blue Ribbon School. These awards recognize Mrs. Vosburgh’s sincere dedication to the field of education, teacher leadership, and sustained student growth and proficiency in core subjects to close the achievement gap. She continues her passion for shaping the growth of other educators while presenting professional development sessions at state and national conferences on a variety of topics centered around mindset, school culture, classroom engagement, and best practices in literacy instruction.