English Literature Teacher
Vicky Froelicher hails from what was a small, farm town in Indiana but has lived and
taught in eight different states across the US. Vicky started out as a social worker with a degree in Psychology from Purdue University working with individuals struggling with mental illness and developmental delays but found her true calling in education. She returned to university at Ball State to first receive her Elementary license and later her Master of Education in Elementary education, with a specialty in Early Childhood Education. Later Mrs. Froelicher earned her endorsement in Gifted and Talented Education. Vicky has over 25 years of experience in the private school arena in a wide variety of roles. She was a director of nationally accredited childcare centers in three states, principal of private elementary school, and along the way, taught most grade levels and served as mentor teacher for first year faculty. Finding the educational philosophy of Classical Education has been a key turning point in her career path. “Classical Education, with God at the center of all learning, truly provides the method for all students to become the men and women of God that He intended!” Vicky has been with Veritas since 2021 focusing on teaching humanities. Her favorite verse is Isaiah 40:28, “Do you not know? Have you not heard? The LORD is the everlasting God, the Creator of
the ends of the earth. He will not grow tires or weary, and His understanding no one can
fathom.” In her spare time, Mrs. Froelicher loves gardening, taking walks, bird watching and yelling at the television while she watches football! She has six children, ten grandchildren, and currently resides in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.