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Commencement 2017 Slideshow

The Geneva School of Boerne celebrated Commencement exercises for the Class of 2017 on Saturday, May 27 at University United Methodist Church in San Antonio.  The 58 graduates are profiled HERE.

The Commencement Exercises began with a prelude of classical music played by Geneva School musicians followed by the processional “79th’s Farewell to Gibraltar” played on bagpipes by 2016 graduate Drei Richardson. The Geneva Choir sang the choral invocation of “Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace” and “Peace of God.” Head of School Brad Ryden gave the welcome and Dr. Autumn Dawn Galbreath, parent and former chairman of the Geneva Board of Trustees, offered the scripture reading and opening prayer. Valedictorian Coggin Galbreath and Carol Metzger, salutatorian, addressed the graduates in a joint speech before the assembly sang the hymn “Great is Thy Faithfulness.”

Rob Shelton, Headmaster of Geneva’s Rhetoric School, delivered the Commencement Speech titled “Thanks for Doing the Minimum” in which he charged the graduates to live an authentic, productive Christian life with the ultimate goal of pleasing God. Graduate Coggin Galbreath was recognized as the winner of the G.K. Chesterton Award for the best overall Senior Thesis presentation which was titled “Réspondez, S’il Vous Plaît: Refugees, the Global Church and the Land of the Free.”

After the graduates were conferred, the Geneva community joined together to sing the school’s Alma Mater and hymn “Non Nobis,” which is Latin for “Not unto us, O Lord, but to Your name give glory” from Psalm 115:1. Tiffany Smith, a parent and board member, offered the closing prayer. The Faculty Choir sang “The Lord Bless You and Keep You” before the Commencement Exercises closed with the recessional “On the Road to Passchendaele” played on the bagpipes by Richardson.

The Class of 2017 was the first to have students who began Geneva as kindergartners on the campus at 113 Cascade Caverns Road. These students are members of the Geneva Guild which recognizes those who began at Geneva in kindergarten and completed all 13 years at the school. The 2017 Geneva Guild members are Willis Harpole, Faith Hawkins, Erin Kasprowicz, John Michael Kight, Sam Ledoux, Brooke Leeder, Carol Metzger, Julie Perez, Jeff Rosinbaum, Grace Smith, Trip Smith, Olivia Tennison, Haven Vaught, Morgan Yarbrough and Zac Zuniga.

Many more photos of the ceremony are available on the school’s SmugMug page.

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