Geneva School of Boerne is delighted to announce that Aaron Southwick has been named Logic School Headmaster to provide leadership to the faculty, staff and students in grades 6-8. Aaron served as Humanities Department Head and 12th grade Humanities teacher until beginning this new position on June 13.
Southwick was the first teacher hired in Geneva’s Rhetoric School in 2007. Since then, he has taught a variety of Humanities classes in the Rhetoric School and has been a beloved mentor, coach and colleague at Geneva. He is married to Kristi and is the father of two sons, Dylan (GSB Class of 2021), and Noah, a student at Comfort High School.
“Aaron is smart, winsome, direct, approachable and has led the Humanities Department in an impeccable manner. He possesses a unique combination of long-term vision and commitment to Geneva’s mission along with the ability to oversee the day-to-day administration required for the position. We are blessed that he is willing to lead the Logic School and work with its outstanding and caring faculty and staff to help make the Logic School years transformative for every Geneva student. We all could not be more excited,” Geneva Head of School Dr. David Corbin said.
On his appointment, Southwick expressed gratitude to the Geneva community, both past and present. “I am humbled that I have been called at this time to serve our Logic School in this way. I am hopeful for what the Spirit of God will do in us and through all of us working together as we advance Geneva’s mission,” Southwick said.