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Family Testimonial

We at Geneva are deeply grateful for good words from within our community.  They are an encouragement and inspiration.  Thank you! “We are deeply grateful for Geneva and what it means for our family.  We have seen not only a rich and rigorous classical curriculum applied, but that while being educated, our children have grown in Godly character. [...]

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What’s The Difference? Adult Education

Many of us seeking the best education possible for our children are doing so at a deficit; we are doing our best to give them the kind of education that we ourselves did not have.  Many of us never studied Aristotle, Augustine, or Dante.  We were not taught Latin or Greek and did not receive [...]

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GCA Home School Partnership Welcomes Kelley Nix

The Geneva Home School Partnership for grammar students began this week with teacher, Kelley Nix, instructing 3 part-time students on Tuesdays and Thursdays in 1st Grade. This home school program is in line with our mission statement that says, in part, “Geneva Classical Academy exists to assist families in their Biblical obligation to educate their children.”  [...]

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What’s The Difference: Accreditation

When choosing a school, parents often ask a simple and important question of the potential school: “Are you accredited?”  We have come to believe that the approval of an accrediting agency makes a school “safe” for our children; however, many parents don’t know that there is a variety of accrediting agencies with widely varying philosophies. Thus, the agency [...]

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Why We Don’t Give iPads

Geneva Classical Academy’s approach to technology in the classroom may be one of the most obvious differences one immediately observes.  While many schools put notepads or laptops in the hands of their students when they enroll, possibly as a marketing tool, we in fact discourage use of technology during the school day.  Screens are conspicuously [...]

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Knights T-shirt Order Form

Order your Geneva Knights 2014 Football T-shirt now!  The new design commemorates the first Football season using our new field.  Students can wear this t-shirt to school (with neat, non-holey, ripped or torn jeans) for every home football game.   The deadline to turn in  order forms to the office  is Friday, August 29, 2014. [...]

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What’s the Difference? Omnibus

“Sweet is the lore which Nature brings;Our meddling intellectMis-shapes the beauteous forms of things:–We murder to dissect.”  William Wordsworth Our modern educational system is based on a modern philosophy which assumes that everything in the world is a machine or works like a machine. Therefore, just as machines can be disassembled, everything in the world [...]

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Geneva Offers Electives for 2014-15

Geneva is offering the following electives for students in grades 7 – 12.  Electives will be held in the afternoon on the day designated below.  Please contact the office at 863.644.1408 to enroll. Space is limited.   Drama – Mondays and Tuesdays; taught by Amber Grubb Film – Mondays; taught by Michael Strawbridge Culinary Arts [...]

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Upper School Choral Class Begins This Fall

Geneva is pleased to announce a new opportunity for Geneva students – music class for upper students. This elective class will be taught by Ms. Jenny Heidtman. Jenny Heidtman was born and raised in Bartow. She is a classically trained pianist and singer. Ms. Heidtman graduated from Florida Southern College and studied vocal performance at Salzburg College in Austria, [...]

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