“We are grateful for the authentic care and joy-filled teaching at Geneva. Our children have flourished personally and academically in this environment. We are consistently impressed at the faculty’s creative and engaging teaching methods that connect the lessons and stories of our world to the broader story of our Creator.”

Erin Kinnett, TGS Parent

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Why a Christian Classical Education?

A Geneva education is an education for life! The deep and sturdy foundations built in a child’s formative years will continue to pay dividends well into their college years and, more importantly, for all of life.

Why Christian Classical Education?

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Why a Christian Classical Education?

A Geneva education is an education for life! The deep and sturdy foundations built in a child’s formative years will continue to pay dividends well into their college years and, more importantly, for all of life.

Christian classical education enables all students to succeed.

Students make connections between traditionally siloed subjects, they think critically about life and cultural beliefs, and their capacity to reason, communicate, create, and grow in all areas of life is reflected in standardized tests.

What is Grammar, Dialectic, and Rhetoric

Spiritual & Character Development

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12%

ALUMNI RECOGNIZED AS NATIONAL MERIT COMMENDED OR FINALISTS

58,790

COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS

Average of 195 Hours per Student (2010–2020)

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536

STUDENTS ENROLLED

K4-12th Grade

$27M

UPPER SCHOOL
& ATHLETIC CAMPUS

7th-12th Grade

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Athletic Program
Of The Year

2018-2019 School Year

9

ART ELECTIVES

17

VARSITY SPORTS

  • Emily and Michael Allen (TGS Parents)
  • Martin White (Class of 2021)
  • Sally Park (Class of 2019)
  • Grant Brodrecht (Upper School History Teacher)
  • Brooke Riley (Class of 2015)
  • We Are Geneva.

    Emily and Michael Allen (TGS Parents)

    When we learned that we would be moving to Central Florida, a good friend of ours told us that there was only one school to consider, The Geneva School. We went into our oldest son’s K4 year thinking, “We will just try this for a while,” but after two days we knew that we weren’t going anywhere.

    Now, six years later, we are still impressed on a daily basis.

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  • We Are Geneva.

    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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  • We Are Geneva.

    Sally Park (Class of 2019)

    Currently studying business (marketing and finance) at New York University Shanghai with dreams and aspirations to spread empathy and serve others.

    Growing up, I was a very timid and fearful kid. I was afraid of talking and all the more I would never dare to raise my hand in the classroom. Doubtful, insecure, indecisive, I was all of the above. But during my time at Geneva (K4–12th grade), that is, fourteen years out of my seventeen years of living, somewhere along the way, I realized that I had no reason to be afraid. I was surrounded by encouraging friends and teachers who wanted to satisfy my wonder: a community.

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  • We Are Geneva.

    Grant Brodrecht (Upper School History Teacher)

    I suppose I am a little embarrassed to answer this question, because it is so autobiographical, but here goes. I think the short answer to the question “Why do you teach?” is because I love learning so much, and I love sharing with students what I have learned (and am learning) about life. And that desire to learn and share flows from a sense of service and charity. But to understand what I mean, you have to realize that I didn’t have much in the way of an education while growing up in the 1970s and early 1980s; I suppose you could say I was the victim of low expectations—and so I joined the Navy. But it was, perhaps ironically, during my time in the Navy that a love of both learning and teaching emerged.

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  • We Are Geneva.

    Brooke Riley (Class of 2015)

    Wisdom with determination is a powerful combination. Brooke Riley prayed for and practiced both over and over again during her thirteen years at The Geneva School. After graduating as salutatorian of her senior class and earning a BS in Physics from Davidson College, NC, she is now pursuing an Actuarial Studies Certificate at University of North Carolina at Charlotte and recognizes what a gift her Geneva education was for her.

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In Praise of Sports

November 6, 2020

Dear Geneva Community:

When I talk with prospective parents about Christian classical schooling, I discuss the usual school-related topics such as philosophy of education, …

In Praise of Sports

November 6, 2020

Dear Geneva Community:

When I talk with prospective parents about Christian classical schooling, …

TGS Introduces Julia Ingler – New Girls Basketball Coach

September 19, 2020

Julia Ingler started playing basketball at the age of five in Coral Springs, Florida. Upon moving to St. Cloud, Florida, she attended a basketball camp and was asked to join…

TGS Introduces Julia Ingler – New Girls Basketball Coach

September 19, 2020

Julia Ingler started playing basketball at the age of five in Coral Springs, Florida. Upon moving …

TGS Introduces Bill Cashman (New Track & Field Coach)

July 31, 2020

Coach Cash, as a lot of kids call him, joins Geneva’s coaching staff as the varsity track and field coach. He started his career in coaching while still in high school, coachi…

TGS Introduces Bill Cashman (New Track & Field Coach)

July 31, 2020

Coach Cash, as a lot of kids call him, joins Geneva’s coaching staff as the varsity track and field …

TGS Introduces New Boys Varsity Soccer Coach

July 15, 2020

Eddie Jimenez grew up in Miami, Florida, playing for Kendall Soccer Club where he won three state Florida Youth Soccer Association (FYSA) championships and the world-renowned …

TGS Introduces New Boys Varsity Soccer Coach

July 15, 2020

Eddie Jimenez grew up in Miami, Florida, playing for Kendall Soccer Club where he won three state Fl…

Message From TGS Class of 2020

April 18, 2020

The class of 2020 reached out to us, asking if they could send a message of encouragement to the younger students, and this was the result:

We love our seniors!…

Message From TGS Class of 2020

April 18, 2020

The class of 2020 reached out to us, asking if they could send a message of encouragement to the you…