Elise Valdez

What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why? One of the most influential books I’ve ever read was The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton. A powerful part of the author’s story is that Hinton wrote this novel while she was still in high school. It taught me that even during dark parts…

Charlotte Walker

What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why? The most influential book I’ve read would have to be Unoffendable by Brant Hansen. It enlightens and exposes everyone’s hypocrisy in an easy to read, entertaining manner. This book challenges us to love like Christ by being unoffendable in all aspects of life. What is your…

TAPPS End-of-Season Awards Given

TAPPS End-of-Season All-District and All-State Awards were given for Geneva varsity basketball, soccer and swim athletes. Students earning Academic All-State honors were recognized for their excellence in the classroom as well as in their sport. To earn this award, students must be a junior or senior, have at least a 90 cumulative grade point average…

Students Compete in Virtual 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. This year, the Grammar…

Virtual Learning Extended Until May 4

Geneva School began Virtual Learning Classes on March 23 and has extended the date to return to our campus to Monday, May 4. Please check our special Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates link at the top of our homepage for information and encouragement during this challenging time. We will update this site as information becomes available. Geneva…

Geneva Goes Online!

Geneva School began virtual learning on Monday, March 23, with teachers and students diligently embracing this new way of remote education during the current social distancing restrictions called for as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19). “Our entire Geneva community of faculty, staff, students and parents have all come together to make the best of…

Virtual Learning Classes to Begin March 23

Geneva School will begin Virtual Learning Classes on Monday, March 23 with the hope to return to in-person classes on our campus on Monday, April 13. Please check our website and ParentSquare for Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and details. We are in the process of setting up a special Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates link at the top…

School Closed March 16-20

Dear Geneva School Community, In the previous update, I indicated that we planned to suspend all school activity on Monday, March 16, but that classes would resume Tuesday with the qualifier that “we may need to reconsider this plan” given the continual flow of information and changing landscape. After a day of email and text…

School Closed March 16

Dear Geneva School Community, All school activity for Monday, March 16 has been canceled. This includes all classes, meetings, athletic practices, etc. We are canceling activity in order to allow school employees to meet and work through important details. At present, we plan to resume classes on Tuesday. However, please know that with the continual…

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 Senior…