Our Culture & Community of Faith
Geneva is a community of faith and learning where all members, students, parents, teachers and administration are valued and play an important part in the formation of the school’s culture and success.
Administration and teachers at Geneva feel called and specifically gifted to fulfill their part within the vision and mission of the school. They understand they are not to abdicate the parents’ role but instead come alongside parents and assist them with the discipleship and intellectual growth of their children.
Families are admitted to Geneva Academy based on a profession of Christian faith and their commitment to support the mission and vision of the school. This mutual commitment to biblical worldview formation, character development, and academic success binds the Geneva community together and creates a spirit of teamwork between teachers, parents, and administration.
Each student is seen as a child of God who is created in His image with unique abilities in need of nurturing and encouragement. Teachers, administrators and parents work together to create a school atmosphere of acceptance and grace where students feel valued and respect is within every relationship from student to student, student to teacher, teacher to teacher, administrator to parent and so on. All members work together toward the common goal of preparing students for a life of service and glory to God.
The Geneva Journey
Your child will spend 16,000 hours in school.
That's 2,000 days. 13 years is a lot of time! Where she spends that time is up to you. It’s one of the most important decisions you will make for her because it will have one of the greatest impacts on her heart, mind, and soul. He will learn more than math, science, and great works of literature. His character is forming with every experience he encounters. He will learn who he is in this world.
At Geneva he will learn how to look deeper, discover truth. He will learn to marvel about the majesty of God’s big beautiful world. She will learn how to think critically and to reason thoughtfully. She will learn to approach challenges enthusiastically. He will learn to honor God and respect others and to love what is good.