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Class of 2017 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named

Geneva School has named its 2017 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. These graduating seniors will deliver addresses at the Geneva Commencement in May.

Coggin Galbreath, son of Autumn Dawn and David Galbreath of Fair Oaks Ranch, earned the distinction as Geneva’s 2017 Valedictorian. Galbreath earned second place in the 2015 fiction contest of the Texas Book Festival and first place in the 2015 San Antonio Book Festival. He was a finalist in the 2016 San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo Student Western Art Contest, has participated in over a dozen school and community plays and musicals and was the Chaucer House Quidditch Club Team founding captain. Galbreath is still considering where he will study next year, but plans to study a combination of creative writing, theater and visual art.

Carol Metzger, daughter of Amy and Rob Metzger of San Antonio, was named Salutatorian. Metzger was awarded as a National Speech and Debate Association Academic All-American and is the current Geneva debate team captain. She is a four-year member of the Geneva choir and Praise Band and has participated in a number of school musicals. She competed at the regional and state level for the Geneva Swim Team and was selected by faculty to the Geneva Honor Council for all four years in high school. Metzger will attend The University of Texas at Austin in the fall where she will study rhetoric and writing.

In addition, Galbreath and Metzger have been debate partners at the state and national level for three years.

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