Geneva welcomed students back to campus and began classes on Tuesday, September 8, with 673 students enrolled in grades K-12. Geneva is following a health and safety plan which includes five layers of mitigation—distancing, hand washing/cleaning/education, face coverings, cohorting and screening.
The school is characterized by five distinctives—it teaches from a Christian worldview, upholds the classical ideals of truth, beauty and goodness, has deeply-invested teachers, fosters a tight-knit, engaged culture and values a commitment to excellence in all things. Geneva challenges students to lead as servants, scholars, athletes and artists.
“Our faculty and staff have worked hard to prepare the Geneva campus for this new school year. We are grateful to partner with our parents and students in the school’s mission as we journey together this year,” Interim Head of School Amy Metzger said.
Geneva high school students compete in the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) 5A division this year for the first time in academic, athletic and fine arts competitions. The school has won the TAPPS Henderson Cup Award as the best overall school nine times out of the past 11 years in 1A-4A classifications.