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Geneva School of Boerne third-grade students compete in the Julius Caesar Contest each May. Students take a comprehensive written exam on their year-long study of Ancient Greece and Rome. The top 10 scorers earn the right to compete on stage before an audience filled with Grammar School students, teachers, parents and guests in the Julius Caesar Contest. Contestants dress in their finest togas and answer questions about what they learned this year.

Luke Angerame was declared the Julius Caesar Champion in the 21st annual contest. Sebastian Martinez placed second and Paul Yeager finished in third place. The remaining students in the top 10 included: June Rawls, Mason Peters, Derek Simpson, Jack Vizuete, Porter Johanson, Mason McKenzie and Owen McClain.

Third-grade Ancient Greece and Rome instructor Mr. Alex Markos poses with the 2024 Julius Caesar Contest Champion Luke Angerame along with second place winner Sebastian Martinez and third place winner Paul Yeager.