Hoops Helps Others

The Geneva varsity basketball teams hosted Hoops for Heartland for the sixth straight year to benefit Heartland Children’s Home in Boerne. Geneva senior Eric Drees planned this event and reported that more than $3,700 was raised to help Heartland in its mission to foster, love and care for medically fragile children who suffer from complications…

Book Fair Fosters a Love of Reading

One of the ways Geneva develops a love for reading in its students is by holding a book fair each year. The fair also raises funds to purchase books and accessories for the library and Grammar School classrooms. Geneva’s Scholastic Book Fair sold over $18,000 this year. “The book fair consistently reveals Geneva students’ love…

DAR Essay Contest Winner Declared

Geneva eighth grade student Hayden Landis won the Daughters of the American Revolution Citizenship Essay Contest held at Geneva. Geneva eighth graders participate in this contest through their Civics class taught by Mrs. Stephanie Wilson each year. Students wrote an essay titled “The Five Qualities of Good Citizenship” intended to encourage and reward the qualities…

Eagles Football Headed to Semis!

Geneva football advances to the TAPPS Division III State Semifinal Game after defeating League City Bay Area Christian 21-16 in the TAPPS Division III Regional Game on Friday night. They will face The Woodlands Christian Academy in a rematch of last year’s semifinal matchup at 7pm on Saturday, November 30 in Bastrop. The winner advances…

GSB Gives Thanks for HCPCC

The Geneva community, led by Grammar School Headmaster Jessica Gombert, expressed thankfulness by donating monetary gifts and a variety of supplies to Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center representatives (from left in back row) Development Director Lulu Ottaviani, Executive Director Donna Klingaman and board member Rich Sena at the school’s annual Thanksgiving Assembly. “We pray in…

Kinders & First Graders Present

Geneva kindergarten and first grade classes presented at a fall assembly which has become a treasured favorite. Kindergartners taught the audience about the French painter, Georges Seurat, and his method of painting called pointillism. Students painted their own art smocks and wore French berets to present about Seurat and his famous painting “Sunday Afternoon on…

Eagles Cheer Wins State!

The Geneva competition cheer team claimed the TAPPS Cheer State Championship in Division II, Small Squad Competition in Belton on Tuesday. This is the first Cheer State Championship in the six years the competition cheer team has competed. In addition to earning a team gold medal, the Eagles competition cheer team was recognized with a…

Eagles Football Advances to Regionals

The Geneva Eagles varsity football team secured a 69-0 victory over Houston Northland Christian at home on Friday night. With the win, the Eagles advance to the regional round of the playoffs and will play League City Bay Area Christian at 7pm on Friday night, November 22, at Buffalo Stadium in Giddings. The Eagles have…

Eagles Earn End-of-Season Awards

Geneva varsity volleyball athletes were recognized with individual TAPPS end-of-season awards for their excellence in the classroom as well as on the court. The Eagles finished their season as TAPPS 4A State Runner-Up with a record of 35-4. These student-athletes had their “Oval Office” moment when Head of School Brad Ryden presented them with these…

Speech and Debaters Excel

The Geneva speech and debate teams were in action again over the weekend in the Speech and Debate Swing Tournament hosted by Bowie High School and St. Michael’s Academy in Austin. It was a Texas Forensics Association state-qualifying tournament. Junior Alex Iyer (at left) placed first in the Program of Oral Interpretation category (POI) at…