JOHN HENRY FRIESENHAHN

What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why? The book Silence was very influential to me because it opened my view to how Christian missionaries are persecuted in other countries. What is your favorite or funniest moment at Geneva? My favorite moment I’ve had at Geneva is when we won…

Valedictorian & Salutatorian Named!

Geneva has named its 2021 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. These graduating seniors will deliver addresses at the Geneva Commencement Exercises in May. Alex Iyer, son of Reena and Rajesh Iyer of San Antonio, earned the distinction as Geneva’s 2021 Valedictorian. Alex (shown at left) was recognized as a National Merit Commended Scholar, Rural and Small-Town Scholar,…

Geneva Launches Podcast

Geneva’s first podcast is here! Come join us “Around the Table” for a conversation with Academic Dean Dirk Russell, Grammar School Headmaster Jessica Gombert and Reading Specialist Dr. Melissa Siller about the importance of reading. This is the first in a three part series on reading. The next episode will be a discussion with Rhetoric…

Geneva Announces Next Head of School

The Geneva Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the hire of Dr. David Corbin as Geneva’s next head of school who will begin his new leadership role at Geneva on July 1. He currently serves as the Interim President, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Professor of Politics at Providence Christian College in Pasadena,…

Photographers Win State Awards

Geneva Rhetoric School students competed in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial School’s Fall Photo State Contest. The contest offered ten different photo categories: Animals, Sports, Student Life, Formal and Informal Portrait, Cityscape/Urban Architecture, Experimental/Enhanced, Scenic/Landscape, Still Life and Waterscapes/Seascapes as well as a new Faculty category. Overall, 36 schools were represented with a…

Athletes Receive All-State Recognition

Geneva varsity cheer athletes were recognized with individual TAPPS end-of-season awards for their excellence. First Team All-State: Emma Wilson Second Team All-State: Bella Coates and Quincie Hartman Honorable Mention: Mari Ballí Academic All-State: Bella Coates, Quincie Hartman and Emma Wilson To earn Academic All-State, students must be a junior or senior, have at least a…

Athletes Receive End-of-Season Recognition

Geneva varsity football athletes were recognized with individual TAPPS end-of-season awards for their excellence in the classroom as well as on the field. Second Team All-State: Jackson Young (Receiver) First Team All-District: Cade Barone (Quarterback) and Jackson Young (Receiver) Second Team All-District: Sam Armstrong (Receiver) and John Henry Friesenhahn (Offensive Line) Honorable Mention: Trevor Scott…