CONNOR SCHAEFER

What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why? Either Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis or Silence by Shusaku Endo. These both taught me how to look at the world through a different lens than I am used to. What is your favorite or funniest moment at Geneva? During Junior year…

EMMA RUSSELL

What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why? My favorite book I have read at Geneva would have to be Amusing Ourselves to Death by Neil Postman. It was published in 1985 and I find it fascinating to see how the ideas presented are becoming more and more relevant as time goes on. What…

GABRIELLA REYES

What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why? The most influential book I’ve read besides the Bible is Brave New World. It reminds us not to become calloused to the flaws in our society and that the extreme realities we read about are closer than we think. What is your…

Geneva Celebrates Easter

Geneva held its annual Flowering of the Cross Assembly in which the entire school community had the opportunity to add a flower to the wooden cross as they reflected on Jesus Christ’s life, death and resurrection. By adding these flowers, the bare wooden cross was transformed into a beautifully-fragrant cross, signifying the life, beauty and…

Medieval Times Come to Life

The Medieval Feast and Faire is a Geneva fourth-grade highlight as the students make history come to life. Integrated with their study of history, each student portrays a role of serf, monk, nun, chandler, cook, jester, knight, lady in waiting, nobility or royalty from their study of the feudal system and conducts research on the role…

Students Shine in Fiddler on the Roof

The Geneva Fine Arts Department recently finished its production of “Fiddler on the Roof.” This musical has become a beloved story of a Jewish family in a small Russian town. It captures a personal tale of love, laughter and family amidst the change in Russia. “I can think of no better show for this year;…

Students Compete in Speech Meet

The Geneva Grammar Speech Meet is an annual event in which students in first through fifth grades choose either a piece of scripture or poetry from a selection and present it in competition. Students memorize their selected piece and present in preliminary rounds to ultimately try to advance to the finals. Fifteen students in each…

Students Celebrate Tolkien Day!

The Geneva Logic School celebrated its sixth annual Tolkien Day this March. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students read the works of author J.R.R. Tolkien while in Logic School and this annual event celebrates the worlds he created with his works. The Logic School community of students, faculty and parents, comes together each year to…

Winter Athletes Receive End-of-Season Recognition

Geneva winter sport athletes were recognized with individual TAPPS end-of-season awards for their excellence in the classroom as well as in their sport. Congratulation to all these students! Basketball: First Team All-State: Alexa Elizondo Second Team All-State: Micah Howard First Team All-District: Alexa Elizondo, Micah Howard, Katherine Lacy and Soren Burkholder Second Team All-District: Cade…

Oratory Champion Declared

The Eighth Grade Oratory Contest is a highlight of Geneva’s Logic School experience. This competition began in 2007 and has become a tradition in which each student memorizes a piece from a selection of historic poems and speeches and delivers his prepared recitation in front of a panel of judges. It is a precursor to the…