5th grade students spend two days at Camp DANA experiencing life like they did during Colonial times.
Geneva Rhetoric students will enjoy Night to Shine at the event created by Tim Tebow to give students with disabilities the enjoyment of Prom Night.
11th grade parents and students will meet with Administrators and Teachers to discuss the coming year and to begin planning the Senior Trip.
6th – 12th grade students travel to the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre for Hamlet.
While mourning his father’s sudden death, Prince Hamlet returns home to discover his mother hastily remarried and his despised uncle assuming the throne. When an apparition of the late king accuses the uncle of murder, Hamle, pushed to the brink of madness, is driven to avenge a crime that could be the product of his own imagining. Torn between thought and action, the manic prince is left questioning what is real and what he alone has dreamed up. The cornerstone of Shakespeare’s genius, Hamlet walks the line between spiraling insanity and the truth.
Bring a bag lunch.
The Geneva Knights will play against Classical Christian School for the Arts at Home.
JV – 4:30 pm
Varsity Girls – 5:30 pm
Varsity Boys – 6:30 pm
The 2nd Grade class will enjoy a day exploring Circle Bar B Ranch.
The Geneva Knights will challenge Hillsborough Baptist School in basketball at Home.
JV – 4:30 pm
Girls Varsity – 5:30 pm
Boys Varsity – 6:30 pm
Having completed our reading of Pride and Prejudice, we will celebrate with a Regency period ball, complete with a formal meal and English country dancing. Students will need period costumes for this event (more information will come). Parent volunteers are needed for food service and clean up.
K5 Princes and Princesses will dress up and enjoy a day of celebrating, including the annual Tea Party. Details will be sent home.