Third Grade Brings History to Life

Geneva third grade students participated in the annual Greek Week as they brought history to life from their studies of Ancient Greece and mythology. The celebration included Olympic Games which featured contests like the shot put and javelin throw. The winners were awarded olive wreaths. “Students have the opportunity to read amazing books and dive…

Photographers Win State Awards

Geneva journalism students competed in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial School’s Fall Photo State Contest. The contest offered six different photo categories: Animals, Cityscape/Urban Architecture, Experimental/Enhanced, Scenic/Landscape, Still Life and Waterscapes/Seascapes. Overall, 65 schools were represented with a total of 1,738 different entries in this state contest. Senior Gracyn Freiling earned third place…

Mars Hill Event Set for January 16

Geneva hosts a Mars Hill Lecture event each January with an invited speaker. This year, the lecture is actually a performance entitled “A View from the Underside: The Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.” The performance will be held in Geneva’s MPB from 7:00-8:30pm on Thursday, January 16, and will feature the one-hour performance followed by a…

Girls Basketball Wins Tourney

The Geneva varsity girls basketball team clinched the Gold Bracket Championship in the New Year’s Shootout Tournament Geneva hosted on January 2-3. The girls team defeated Austin Waldorf 29-28 in overtime in the final game. Alexa Elizondo, Sydney Griffey and Katherine Lacy earned All-Tournament honors. The varsity boys finished in third place after dropping their…

Geneva Celebrates Christmas

Geneva celebrated Christmas with three separate programs performed by students in each stage of the school—Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric. The Grammar School students in grades K-5 presented their program with a nativity depicting the holy night Jesus Christ was born over 2,000 years ago. Merry Christmas!

Alumni Play in Annual Game

Geneva alumni returned home to challenge the current Eagles varsity basketball players in a game which has become a beloved tradition. Both current Eagles varsity teams defeated the alumni teams this year. The girls won 45-29 and the guys fought off a late surge by the alumni team to win 57-52. Geneva had its first…

Spelling Bee Champion Declared

Geneva held its annual spelling bee for students in sixth through eighth grades on Monday, December 9. Eighth-grader Claire Coultress (center) was crowned the 2019 Geneva Logic School Spelling Bee Champion. She won on the word “writhing.” With the win, Coultress will take the pre-qualifying test administered at Geneva in late January. From there she…

Mayor Declares Geneva Eagles Day!

Boerne Mayor Tim Handren proclaimed December 12, 2019 as GENEVA EAGLES DAY as he came to campus to honor the Eagles’ Football Team and applaud them for winning the TAPPS Division III State Championship. Geneva Athletic Director Eric Boerboom, Geneva founder and Boerne City Council member Dr. Brian Fowler and Coach Dean Herbort each addressed…