Mr. Varblow taught physics for Loudoun County Public Schools for nine years, including three years as Potomac Falls High School's science department chair. He currently serves as the Technology Resource Teacher at Lowes Island Elementary School. In this role, he works with teachers to effectively bring innovative technologies to the classroom.
Mr. Varblow graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA) with a bachelor of science in materials science and engineering. He then earned a master of engineering management from George Washington University (Washington, DC) and more recently completed a master of education, secondary science and an administration and supervision endorsement from George Mason University (Fairfax, VA).
Prior to teaching, Mr. Varblow pursued a successful career as a software/environmental engineer, engineering manager, and information technology director. During that portion of his career, he achieved Microsoft certified solutions developer, database administrator, systems engineer, and trainer certifications. Now, he is fully licensed with the Commonwealth of Virginia to teach technology education, physics, chemistry and mathematics.
Mr. Varblow enjoys biking, hiking, gardening and almost any other outdoor activity when he is not focusing on integrating technology and education. He has coached many youth soccer teams in Herndon and Loudoun and officiated for VHSL soccer. He resides in Loudoun County with his wife and three children.