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Our Mission

Geneva Academy exists to INSTRUCT students utilizing the Classical Christian method, to TEACH all subjects as part of an integrated whole with Scripture at the center, to PROVIDE students with the “tools of learning” in an orderly and engaging atmosphere, and to NURTURE the development of godly character by promoting and assisting God ordained parental discipline and training.

Our Teachers

Our teachers partner with Geneva parents in providing a Christ-centered education. Each teacher is a student of the Bible and utilizes and references the Scriptures in daily lessons, applying Biblical principles in classroom management and character training, and encouraging students in their relationship with Jesus Christ nourished by His Word. 

Our Vision


We aim, through the grace of God, to train up students who are first Christians, and second, learners... Read more.

Our Vision


To pursue our goals and vision for our students & graduates, we have chosen a covenant discipleship model of schooling, rather than an evangelistic model. Parents of Geneva Academy families must have at least one active professing Christian. It is our vision to have our classrooms filled with children from godly, Bible-believing homes. Read more...

Our Vision


Our school emblem bears the words "Post Tenabrus Lux Christi." Latin for "After the Darkness, Light of Christ." We aim to be a beacon of light in a dark world, as we raise up the next generation of influencers for Christ.  Therefore, we aim to be a resource for those who serve area youth and their parents within our community, as well as foster dynamic relationships with community leaders, pastors, and business organizations. We aim to be above reproach in our business dealings and supportive of the local business community who is so gracious in donating their goods and services to support our mission and vision. Our students participate in outreaches that serve our Veterans, minister to our area's elderly, protect the unborn and fill the shelves of our local food pantries. Read more... 

Headmaster's Blog

The students, from kindergarten all the way up to 12th grade, spend a few minutes in a quieted room, built as a place for worship for the people of God, to say something important.  One after the other, boy and girl, a young woman and young man, they use their minds and voices in recitation.  Some are too fast, some are awkward, some are accomplished.  Every one of them, however, stands as an in-progress work of God.  Every one of them is a child loved and prayed over.  It’s a living presentation of the most precious things in the lives of our families.  

We are witnessing the self-destruction of mathematics instruction in public education. Math and science instruction, long-held up in the public sphere as the solution to all of our educational problems,  is being co-opted to be a social justice platform.  Having the focus on finding the right answer, showing your work, establishing efficient ways of problem-solving based on centuries of previous instruction….all that is being pulled down as white supremacy.  More statues must fall!

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children's children what it was once like in the United States where men were free." ~President Ronald Reagan

It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly...

What we learn in Aesthetics is that influential architects such as Palladio and Wren believed that there were objective standards of beauty and truth that ultimately derive from God.  Buildings should be designed in such a way as to encourage decorum and the betterment of the soul.  Architecture for public buildings and spaces should be inspiring, uplifting, and beautiful.  There should be balance and harmony. In every area of our culture, our nation will show forth its current belief system, as every other culture has done through history.  Our real hope for future, beautiful, civic, and private architecture is raising up architects who love God and will design with objective principles and beauty in mind.