Paradise Lost reminds me that mankind’s sinful nature creates a barrier between God and man, but because of Jesus’ sacrificial blood we are all redeemed. Obedience to God is an important reoccurring theme within the text, as it relates to our walk with God. We have to submit to our higher authority, God, to create a firm foundation in our faith.
What is your favorite or funniest moment at Geneva?
One of the funniest moments I experienced at Geneva was when William Cone attempted to be a cheerleader in a pep rally. He went up for a high kick and his boots slipped out from under him. Slowly, but surely, he fell down onto his backside in front of everyone.
What will you miss the most when you leave Geneva?
I will miss the camaraderie and relationships that I have created with both the students and faculty.
Who has influenced you most while at Geneva? How?
Mrs. Catherine Davis has influenced me the most because she held bible studies and prayer sessions for all the girls in high school. She taught me the true meaning of love and forgiveness.
What does being a Geneva student means to me?
Being a Geneva student has cultivated my spiritual and academic growth, while prioritizing Jesus and the Word in every class I attended.
How would you encourage Geneva kindergartner?
I would tell a kindergartner that school is just one of many things in life you must work hard at, but when you look back you will realize that it was all worth it.
If you could change anything at Geneva, what would it be?
I would add more AP class options and new team uniforms every two years for varsity sports.