School Recognizes Outstanding Rhetoric Students

Geneva seniors Coggin Galbreath and Carol Metzger were honored with the Aquila Award by Headmaster Rob Shelton as the most outstanding students in Geneva’s high school. On this day, seniors were invited to wear their future college t-shirts instead of their standard school uniforms. Galbreath plans to attend the University of St. Andrews in Scotland and Metzger will attend The University of Texas at Austin in the Liberal Arts Honors Program.

Each spring, Geneva School recognizes the most outstanding high school students.  The Aquila Award (“aquila” is Latin for “eagle”) is given to the male and female student who best represent the goals and ideals of Geneva. This year, seniors Coggin Galbreath and Carol Metzger were selected by the high school faculty to receive the esteemed award. Each was given an eagle statuette and their names were recorded on a perpetual plaque in the administration building.

This award recognition was held at a pep rally celebrating the Class of 2017 as well as the athletes who competed on spring sports teams.

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