What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why?

The most influential book I have read while being at Geneva is The book Silence, this book challenged my faith and provoked great class discussions.

What is your favorite or funniest moment at Geneva?

I can’t say this was my favorite memory, however I did find this funny and it stuck with me! It was induction day during my eighth-grade year at Geneva, and we were all so excited to be called into a house. I was called about halfway through the ceremony. I was sitting with me friends when I heard “Audrey Webb, Audrey Webb, Audrey?” Although there was not another Aubrey or Audrey in my grade, I was confused and didn’t stand up until everyone around me was insisting I go up, and that I was “Audrey Webb”, so into the fortnight bus I went, GO LEWIS!

What will you miss most when you leave Geneva?

Going into my last year at Geneva, I’m realizing how much I really will miss about this school. But the thing I will surely miss most are the people I have formed relationships with at Geneva over the years. My friends are so wonderful and supportive, I will forever be so thankful to them all. The lessons I have learned from the people here are unmatched and have grown me into the person I am today.

What does being a Geneva student mean to you?

At Geneva the teachers trust you. You are given an Honor code and simply expected to uphold your responsibilities. I love this about Geneva, and the trust you are given makes you want to do good and pushes you to be a better person.

How would you encourage a Geneva kindergartner to persevere in school?

I would tell a kindergartener coming into Geneva to really appreciate their school years because they really do go by so fast. Enjoy your friends, enjoy learning, and be aware you only have one childhood and treasure every bit of it.

What about Geneva do you hope never changes?

I hope at Geneva the teachers and leaders never stop pushing and believing in them students whole heartedly. The overwhelming love and support I have received; I value so much.