Geneva Loves Grandparents!

Geneva School recently celebrated grandparents with its annual Grandparents Day, celebrating both on a Friday for Grammar School families and on Monday for the upper schools. The Grammar School hosted grandparents at a Friday morning coffee and assembly where several students were asked to read poems they authored honoring their grandparents. Grammar School Headmaster Jessica…

Students Earn Awards for Summer Math Minutes

Geneva Grammar School students in kindergarten through fifth grades were challenged to discover and graph information over the summer as part of the annual Grammar School Summer Math Challenge. Students were asked to create graphs to represent data, review their mathematical skills and record their minutes. This voluntary challenge had 205 students logging practice time…

Student Wins Speech Tourney

Geneva sophomore Alex Iyer was declared the champion in Informative Speaking at the Westlake High School Speech Tournament in late September. He also earned second place in the same event at Chaparral High School. With these finishes, Alex qualified for the Tournament of Champions which will be held at the University of Kentucky next June.…

Seniors Earn National Merit Honors

Geneva School of Boerne is proud to announce that three Geneva seniors earned recognition from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. William Cone was named a National Merit Semifinalist and Thomas Rykert and Nathan Young were named as National Merit Commended Scholars. These students achieved this award for their academic accomplishment on the 2017 Preliminary SAT/National…

Grammar School Students Love to Read!

The Grammar School celebrated reading completed over the summer break with the annual Summer Reading Awards Assembly. Geneva School Librarian Lisa Patti and Grammar School Headmaster Jessica Gombert recognized 306 students with awards—286 students earned gold, 13 students received silver and seven students earned bronze medals. These students (and teachers who participated in the summer reading challenge)…

Rhetoric Students Sign Honor Code

All Rhetoric School students attended an Honor Code Assembly where Headmaster Rob Shelton outlined the school’s Honor Code and pledge. Each high school student is required to sign this code and is challenged to live by it while at Geneva. The hope is that it will instill a personal code of lifelong integrity and honor. The…

Geneva Begins a New Year!

Geneva began the new school year on Tuesday, September 4, with 716 students enrolled in grades K-12. Geneva is a classical and Christian school which began in 1999 with 13 students in borrowed classrooms at St. John Lutheran Church and moved to the current campus at 113 Cascade Caverns Road in 2004. Students in grades…

Geneva wins TAPPS Henderson Cup Again!

Geneva School was recognized by the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) as the top school in its division for the eighth time in nine years. The school was declared champion for the first time in the TAPPS 4A classification. Geneva reclaimed this esteemed honor after finishing as runner-up to Colleyville Covenant Christian Academy…

Senior Signs with U.S. Air Force Academy

Geneva School of Boerne senior Marshall Shults signed a letter of intent with the United States Air Force Academy track & field team. He was surrounded by his parents Tammie Jo and Dean Shults as well as coaches John Brock, Dean Herbert, Karen Wright and Geneva Rhetoric School Headmaster Rob Shelton. Shults will study business…