Email: Mrs. Foust
Mrs. Foust is the Upper Level Language Arts and Debate teacher. She is a graduate of Indiana University and has taught in schools in Indiana, Virginia and Florida. Mrs. Foust has been a teacher at VCS since 1999, and also serves as Vice Principal of the Middle and High School. Two of her favorite experiences at VCS are the ushering in the first High School class and being part of the team that brought and teaches the Excellence in Writing program. Her favorite things are great literature, music, art, Hoosier basketball and Indy racing. She takes great joy in teaching her students and can’t imagine doing anything else. Her favorite author is C.S. Lewis who states, “We read to know we are not alone.” Her favorite teaching verse is 2 Corinthians 10:5, “We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ.” (ESV).
Email: Mrs. Dolby
Mrs. Marcia Dolby grew up bare-footed in North Miami Beach exploring parks, the Atlantic coastline, and assorted waterways while cheering on the great Miami Dolphin team of the 1970’s. Her love of learning and desire to teach took her to Asbury College in Wilmore, KY where she earned her B.S. degree in elementary education in 1981. After teaching 5th graders at Lakeland Christian School for four years, she began teaching “across the dining room table” as the Lord gave her five children and a Presbyterian pastor to nurture.
In recent years as a foster mom, the Lord taught her much about the emotional needs of children and how they affect the learning process. She brings to VCS a love for children, an insatiable love of learning, and a vigorous desire to glorify God in all of life.
Email: Miss McCullough
Ms. McCullough was born and raised in Florida. She is an alumnus of VCS, and attended preschool through eighth grade. Ms. McCullough graduated from FCGU and received a degree in secondary education biology in 2011. She has a love for animals and small farm creatures and owns many chickens, three goats, as well as cats and dogs. She looks forward to meeting and interacting with the VCS family this year.
Email: Mrs. Randol
I am Aimee Randol. I am a 4th generation native Floridian. My three children attended Venice Christian School. I volunteered at our community’s schools for 19 years before I became employed at VCS in 2002. My educational background includes prep school in Miami, Florida and finishing with the University South of Florida where I earned a Bachelor Degree, Magna Cum Laude, in Exceptional Student Education (E.S.E.) with Reading and ESOL (English as Second Language) endorsements. I am currently part of our Student Services Team and Middle School Team as lead teacher of the 7th grade Language Arts and a math coach on the Math Team. I am the staff sponsor of USF’s Young Innovator’s Invention Competition and Co-sponsor of ACSI’s Math Olympics. I love teaching and Venice Christian School!
Email: Mrs. Fisher
Mrs. Fisher is originally from Chattanooga, TN, where she lived most of her life until moving to Venice three years ago with her husband Gary and daughter Sarah. She holds a B.A. degree in Spanish from Sewanee – The University of the South, and a B.S. degree in Secondary Education from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
With 30 years experience in the classroom, she has had the opportunity to teach in public, private and Christian schools with her students ranging from Pre-K 3 to college. In addition to her degrees in Spanish and education, she has extensive experience in speech and theater, having directed many plays and having coached an award-winning speech competition team for 13 years. Just prior to joining the faculty of Venice Christian, she was the Spanish teacher at Brainerd Baptist School in Chattanooga. Aside from teaching, she also worked for five years as Assistant to the President of United Way of Chattanooga. Mrs. Fisher teaches the full year High School Spanish I and II classes, as well as 7th and 8th grade Spanish semester classes. She also teaches a Public Speaking class, which will not be offered in the 2017-18 school year.