507 students are enrolled

K4-12th grade

$12M state-of-the-art athletic

campus completed

#4 in the FHSAA Sunshine State

Cup 2A Private Schools

  • Martin White (Class of 2021)

    How did our family come to join the Geneva community? When our oldest Martin was two years old, we were talking at the playground with some good neighborhood friends of ours about school options. They were leaving to check out a prestigious school even though the boys were just two. We tagged along and that night we fell in love with The Geneva School. We were captured by the philosophy and curriculum and our only disappointment was that we had to wait until Martin was four to enroll him!

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  • Alec Ortiz (Class of 2022)

    Rhetoric has sometimes been described as the art of moving souls. The Geneva School strives to give each student the ability to think well, using wisdom and discernment, and to polish and refine his/her oral and writing skills to communicate winsomely.

    Alec Ortiz, a current eighth grader, came to The Geneva School when he was four years old. His family loves to reminisce about one of the seminal moments that confirmed the value of the education he is receiving.

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  • Abigail Bowser (Class of 2030)

    The Bowser family says they weren’t looking for a school for their daughter, but rather, The Geneva School found them! Katherine Bowser explains how they found TGS and the impact the school is having on their daughter Abigail.

    We spent last year home schooling with a classical education homeschool community. It was a really wonderful experience and I thought we would probably always home school. Christian classical education is very important to us and I thought that home schooling would be the best way to give that to my children.

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  • Keira Raesly (4th Grade Teacher)

    Keira Raesly is our beloved fourth grade lead teacher and it’s easy to see why her students love being in her class.

    I wanted to be able to teach the whole child and help cultivate both the heart and mind within each student. I was longing for a place where teaching was both mission and profession. I have that at Geneva.

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  • Andrew Nelson (Science Teacher)

    Andrew Nelson—upper school physical science and chemistry teacher, star of the faculty basketball team, and faculty head of the House of Wittenberg—understands he is privileged not only to teach, but also to mentor. He spent a year teaching in another school, but lamented that he was unable to help the students make one of the most significant connections—the one between chemistry and the God of chemistry. “I wasn’t permitted to highlight the beauty of creation through the world of chemistry. I love the fact that exploring the smallest parts of creation gives us a larger view of God.

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Upcoming Events

August 2018

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
  • Senior Boot Camp
  • Senior Boot Camp
  • New International Student Orientation
  • Meet the Teacher (K4 - 1st Grade)
  • 7th-12th Gr - DR New Student Welcome
  • Special Schedule
  • 7th & 8th Gr - Dialectic Dynamics
  • First Day of School
  • Schedule A
  • Moms in Prayer
  • Schedule C
  • SALT Leaders Meeting
  • 2nd-6th Gr - Open House
  • Schedule A
  • Fathers Watch (1st Shift)
  • Fathers Watch (2nd Shift)
  • Schedule A
  • Moms in Prayer
  • Moms in Prayer
  • Schedule B
  • GS Chapel
  • Student Photos (ECC)
  • Schedule C
  • 7th - 10th Gr - Math Parent Meeting

Looking Back At 2017-2018

Dear Geneva community,

It is with immense gratitude that I write this. The generous sharing of yo…

And the Cannoli Was Amazing

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Faith Expressed Through History and Art

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Light In The Darkness

“The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness cannot overcome it.”

John 1:5

Our …

Morning Colors, So Many Questions and Andy Grammer

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Beauty, Structure, and Function

We started our day bright and early, not knowing what to expect.

We would never have …

15,000 Steps

It all started bright and early at Orlando International Airport with 65 excited students, chaperone…

Eighth Grade Dominoes and Finding Beauty

And the Eighth Graders fall like dominoes! No, they are not sick. Yes, we all made it to Boston and …