Logic School Celebrates Tolkien Day!

The Geneva Logic School celebrated its fourth annual Tolkien Day at the end of January. Sixth, seventh and eighth grade students read the works of Tolkien while in Logic School and this annual event celebrates J.R.R. Tolkien and the worlds he created with his works. The Logic School community of students, faculty and parents, comes together…

Yearbook Staff Earns National Journalism Awards

The staff of the Geneva yearbook “The Boardwalk” was recognized by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association for excellence in specific categories from this prestigious national journalism organization. The CSPA announced winners of its 36th Annual Gold Circle Awards Program to honor excellence in high school journalism in yearbooks and digital media. This year, these categories attracted 5,309 yearbook and…

Geography Bee Champion Declared

Geneva eighth-grade student Charlie Dees (left) was declared the 2019 champion of Geneva’s annual National Geographic Geography Bee for the second straight year. Seventh-grader Andrew Viot (center) was runner-up and A.J. Dube, eighth grade, finished in third place. These students finished in this exact order in this competition for the second year in a row.…

Eagles Swimmers Advance to State!

The Geneva varsity swim team competed in the TAPPS Division III Regional Swim Meet on January 23 at Palo Alto Natatorium in San Antonio. Both the girls and boys teams placed second overall in their divisions. The girls team had 94 total points, which was one point behind regional champ San Antonio Lutheran and the…

2019 Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named

Geneva has named its 2019 Valedictorian and Salutatorian. These graduating seniors will deliver addresses at Commencement in May. Eleanor Galbreath, daughter of Autumn Dawn and David Galbreath of Fair Oaks Ranch, earned the distinction as Geneva’s 2019 Valedictorian. Galbreath has been involved in drama and music through theater productions at Geneva, Boerne Community Theater and…

Photographers Earn State Awards

Geneva journalism students earned second place in the inaugural year of the Texas Association of Private and Parochial School’s 4A Fall Photo State Contest after strong finishes in the various photo categories. The contest offered six different photo categories: Animals, Cityscape/Urban Architecture, Experimental/Enhanced, Scenic/Landscape, Still Life and Waterscapes/Seascapes. Junior Gillian Loflin earned first place, freshman…