What do C.S. Lewis, Dorothy Sayers, Geoffrey Chaucer and John Milton have in common?

Each of these authors had a major effect on the development of the English language, Western thought and educational practices with particular impact on Christian Worldview (Lewis), Classical Methodology (Sayers), the Biblical Epic (Milton) and English Literature (Chaucer).  The other thing they have in common is that they are all namesakes within the Geneva House System.  Before their freshmen year in the School of Rhetoric, students are placed in one of the four houses.  The house system offers students opportunities for community and competition by participating in activities such as Field Day, dances, House Assemblies and the weekly earning (and losing!) of points in determining House of the Quarter.