What is the most influential book you have read besides the Bible? Why?
The most influential book I have ever read is Silence because it challenged how I viewed the world around me and taught me the importance of caring for others in whatever walk of life they may be in.
What is your favorite or funniest moment at Geneva?
My favorite memory at Geneva was sophomore year when Sophia, KK and I were in math class together. KK moved all the way across the classroom for a couple days because we kept getting in trouble for talking too much. But Sophia and I were just as chatty by ourselves so it ended up being pointless and she came back. We did continue to get corrected for talking too much; probably for the rest of the year.
What will you miss most when you leave Geneva?
I will miss the community at Geneva the most and how involved the teachers, parents, and students are with each other.
Who has influenced you most while at Geneva, How?
Mrs. Greenlees has impacted me the most while at Geneva because she has continually shown that she cares for us not only as students, but as people. She has pushed me to grow as a person as well as kept me challenged in our math classes together.
What does being a Geneva student mean to you?
To me, being a Geneva student means pushing myself in and out of the classroom to reach the potential God has for me. The difference between Geneva and other schools is that I am encouraged to pursue Christ’s goals for my life; not just my own, and to grow in my faith along the way.
How would you encourage a Geneva kindergartner to persevere?
I would tell a kindergartener to continue working hard in school because not only does it pay off academically, but it teaches determination and perseverance along the way. Going to Geneva offers many opportunities as well as the potential for long lasting relationships, which I think is rare.
What about Geneva do you hope never changes?
I hope Geneva continues to be an environment where students are pushed academically and challenged to grow in their faith.