Geneva 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 in the Julius Caesar Contest where they dress in their finest togas and answer verbal questions about what they learned this year.
Julius Caesar Champions was declared in the 18th annual contest which was held in May. Carlos Pigeon (right) earned first place, Ben Burkhart (middle) placed second and Ashton Hicks (left) finished in third place.