Students Shine in Classic Whodunnit

The Geneva Fine Arts Department recently finished its production of The Hound of the Baskervilles, a classic whodunnit play adapted from the Sherlock Holmes’ novel of the same name. This production takes literature’s most spine-chilling mystery and turns it into a story of suspense, humor and ultimate terror. “I am overwhelmed by the complex story these…

Kinders Celebrate 100th Day

Geneva kindergarten students and teachers celebrated the 100th day of school recently by dressing as 100-year-olds to commemorate this milestone. This day is always a highlight of the year as students don curlers, canes, walkers and gray hair as they celebrate all things 100. Teachers led their students in multiple activities which included drawing 100-year-old…

Authors Visit Geneva

The Geneva Grammar School hosted authors Meredith Davis and Rebeka Uwitonze on campus recently to discuss the book they co-authored titled “Her Own Two Feet.” This book tells Rebeka’s amazing story from Rwanda and was introduced to the Grammar School students during Book Week in January when Davis first visited campus. Davis and Uwitonze shared…

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…

Artists Advance to State

Geneva high school art students competed in the Region 20W VASE (Visual Art Scholastic Event) Contest at Stevens High School in San Antonio recently. All four Geneva students who participated in this contest received the highest marks. These students were Sophia Baldwin, Alexa Georgelos, Julianna Goodman and Quincie Hartman. The art created by Sophia and…

Geneva “Loves Thy Neighbor”

Geneva Grammar students, faculty and parents descended on Boerne last Friday for the school’s annual “Love Thy Neighbor Day.” This is a day set aside near Valentine’s Day each year as the Grammar School looks for practical ways to serve the Boerne community. Students visited city and county officials as well as police, fire, sheriff…

Speech and Debaters Excel

The Geneva speech and debate team competed in recent events both locally and nationally. Freshman Mia Wilson placed first in Dramatic Interpretation in the San Antonio Johnson High School Tournament over the weekend. This is the first time a Geneva freshman has won a tournament. Advanced debate team members including Phillip Ackermann, Garrett Fritcher, Luke…

Logic School Celebrates Tolkien Day!

The Geneva Logic School celebrated its fifth annual Tolkien Day at the end of January. 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…

Seniors Commit on National Signing Day!

Geneva is proud to announce that four seniors made commitments on National Signing Day. Seth Bower, Joseph Hohne, Josh Lopez and Easton Myrick signed to compete at the collegiate level on Wednesday, February 5, surrounded by their families, coaches and friends at a signing celebration in the Geneva Gym as they made their commitments official.…

Geography Bee Champion Declared!

Geneva seventh-grade student Rachel Troyer was declared the 2020 champion of Geneva’s annual National Geographic Geography Bee. Sixth-grader Aiden McDaniel was runner-up and Hayden Landis, eighth grade, came in third place. Rachel awaits her results on the state qualifying exam. The top 100 scores from school winners in Texas will compete at the State Geography…