Faculty & Staff

Robert Brownfield VM03

English & Social Studies Teacher
Serving STVM Since
2008

Education

College/University Attended: Wright State University
Degree: B.S.Ed., Middle Childhood Education
Graduate School Attended: Wright State University; Ursuline College
Degree: M.Ed., Classroom Teaching: Middle Childhood; M.A., Educational Administration

Classes & Extracurriculars

Teaching: CP English 2, CP American Government, Honors American Studies
Advisor: Ski Club Advisor

Biography

Mr. Brownfield is a native of Akron and a VM03 graduate. He attended Wright State University in Dayton for a B.S.Ed. in Middle Childhood Education with minors in English and Spanish and a Master's of Education in Classroom Teaching with concentrations in mathematics and science. He received his Master's of Arts in Educational Administration from Ursuline College in Cleveland in 2015. He has taught in a variety of subject areas, including English, mathematics, Spanish, science, and social studies. He enjoys traveling, especially in the Spanish-speaking world, and loves visiting theme parks and riding roller coasters. He is an avid reader and loves to snow ski, and he belongs to St. Hilary Parish in Fairlawn. Having attended Catholic grade school (St. Sebastian), high school, and graduate school, he is a firm believer in the value of Catholic education and attests that it made him who he is today.

"My educational experience at STVM was incredible, and I could think of no better way to show my gratitude for the firm foundation that I received at STVM than to come back here and teach. I love the community and spirit of the school, and I'm very glad that I have been given the opportunity to serve the school as a member of the faculty. While I was Principal, I enjoyed the responsibility of keeping the rich traditions of this school alive and working to ensure that it would thrive for years to come. I am thrilled to rejoin the faculty as a full-time teacher, because I believe my true calling is working with our students on a daily basis to inspire in them a lived Catholic faith while providing a strong academic preparation." 
—Mr. Robert Brownfield

Read Mr. Brownfield's 2017-2018 School Year Greeting