News Post

Geneva has recently been realigned to compete in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools 4A classification for the for the 2022-24 school years despite an increase in overall enrollment in grades 9-12. Geneva competed in the TAPPS 5A classification for the past two years in academics, athletics and fine arts contests. The primary driver of the classification change was an increased student enrollment cut-off set by TAPPS for the 5A classification.

The criterion for determining classification includes total high school student enrollment, geographic location and changes in school sport offerings. This information is collected and re-evaluated by the TAPPS governing body to determine new classifications or districts accordingly in this realignment process every two years.

“We are excited about the new challenges and opportunities that this realignment will provide for us at the 4A level. This means that Geneva will meet up with old rivals while holding on to some new ones created over the past few years,” Geneva Athletic Director Eric Boerboom said.

Geneva has experienced tremendous growth since its inception in 1999. The school began with 13 students in borrowed buildings and now has a current K-12 student population of just over 700 students on a 61-acre campus on Cascade Caverns Road. Geneva entered varsity competition as it grew and joined TAPPS as a 1A classified school in the 2008-09 school year. In the 12 years of continued growth since joining TAPPS, Geneva scholars, athletes and artists have competed in the TAPPS 1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and 5A classifications before this recent change back to 4A.

Geneva was awarded the TAPPS Henderson Cup nine of those years as the best overall school in its classification. The school won this award at the TAPPS 1A level: 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012; 2A level: 2012-2013, 2013-2014; 3A level: 2014-2015, 2015-2016; 4A level: 2017-2018, 2018-2019.

Geneva will compete against these schools in the following general district:
Austin Brentwood Christian School
Austin Hill Country Christian School
Austin Texas School for the Deaf
Austin Veritas Academy
Schertz John Paul II
Corpus Christi Incarnate Word Academy
Corpus Christi John Paul II
San Antonio Holy Cross

Geneva will compete against these schools in the following football district:
San Antonio Holy Cross
Schertz John Paul II
Corpus Christi John Paul II

“Geneva looks forward to the opportunities, both challenging and exciting, that this new district alignment will bring to our athletes and Geneva community. Our growth and sustainability are a testament that Geneva is here to stay as a part of the Boerne community,” Boerboom said.

To access detailed information and district alignments, please visit the TAPPS Alignment page: