Geneva Christian School
 
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Our Mission

Geneva Christian School is driven by a clear and unique purpose: Inspire children to reach their God-given potential through quality education, nurturing relationships and Christian growth. With small classes, individualized attention, experienced teachers and a loving environment, the school offers abundant opportunities for spiritual, intellectual, physical and social development. 

Inspire: Children are natural leaders, and by providing creative teaching that engages their curiosity and helps them discover more, they will love to learn.

God-Given Potential: Each child is uniquely gifted, and each gift is valued in the classroom and school community. A child's uniqueness is something celebrated, not overlooked.

Quality Education: Our teachers are passionate, loving, competent and creative. Their teaching excellence and high standards propel our students to go deeper and build a stronger foundation of knowledge. 

Nurturing Relationships: With small class sizes, peer to peer student leadership opportunities, and teachers who are fully engaged and invested in the social, spiritual, emotional and intellectual growth of each student, Geneva Christian is a safe environment where all students are included and integrated for classroom success.

Christian Growth: A faith-based curriculum enhanced by classroom devotions and prayer, scripture engagement through study and memorization, weekly chapel, service projects and intentional discipleship, allows every child to know and realize that God loves them, and that all things were created by God and for God. Just as Christ needed to grow in knowledge, faith, character and physically, so too is our call for providing a comprehensive Christian education. As we grow children academically, we must gently hold and grow their spirit so they may reach their true potential in Christ. 

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Geneva Christian has a wonderful environment for nurturing young souls. They teach the whole child- not just reading, writing, and arithmetic."

— T. Hughes, Parent