News Post

The Geneva School of Boerne Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that Leslie Moeller will serve as its next Head of School beginning June 18. Moeller and her family moved to Virginia in 2015 and are returning to Boerne after being longtime members of the Geneva community.

Between 2004 and 2015 at Geneva, Moeller served as Head of School and Board of Trustees President, co-chaired the first Capital Campaign, helped develop the Logic School language arts program, directed the first school play, and taught Logic School literature, grammar and vocabulary. She also co-founded the Debate Team and coached them to national recognition and taught Senior Thesis.

Moeller has been a leader among leaders in the realm of Classical Christian Education across the nation, promoting this educational movement as the Board Chair for the Society for Classical Learning, a position she has held for 16 years.

“Leslie is one of the most capable and knowledgeable leaders in the classical Christian school movement. She leads with passion, integrity, strength and impeccable character. I could not be more excited for her and the Geneva community,” SCL President Eric Cook said.

Moeller has consulted with schools across the nation, including Geneva, for over 13 years. In addition to serving on the Geneva Board of Trustees, she also serves on boards at two other classical, Christian schools. She was the Head of Upper School at The Covenant School in Charlottesville, Virginia for three years and currently teaches in the Gordon College Master of Arts in Classical School Leadership program. Her ability to lead well stems directly from her own experience as an administrator and teacher.

She has an undergraduate degree in English Literature and Economics from the University of Virginia and her J.D. from Boston College Law School. She was a litigator first in Chicago and then in Dallas prior to the birth of her first child. Her family moved to Boerne and joined Geneva in 2002 when her oldest son entered second grade. She began teaching at Geneva in 2004.

Moeller and her husband Eric of 36 years, have two married sons, Jack (GSB Class of 2013) and Gray (GSB Class of 2015), and a daughter who recently graduated from The Veritas School in Richmond, Virginia.

“God has given me the privilege of working with a wide variety of classical, Christian schools and my exposure to other schools across the nation has only increased my appreciation for Geneva. Geneva’s founders started the school with a deep commitment to a counter-cultural, Christian education designed to shape students to lead thoughtful and meaningful lives. I am humbled and grateful that God would allow me the opportunity to return to Geneva, and be a part of the next chapter in the school He has built and continues to bless. I consider this my dream job,” Moeller said.

“The Geneva Board of Trustees would like to thank Debbie Ledoux for serving Geneva well by stepping in mid-year 2022 and serving for 18 months with such skill, passion and excellence. Debbie embraced her role as interim not simply as a bridge between our last Head of School and the next, but as an elevator to bring Geneva up a level administratively, academically and spiritually,” Geneva Board of Trustees President Travis Vaught said.