Geneva School commences Distance Learning due to COVID19.
Due to the COVID19 pandemic, we have made adjustments not just for our students but also for the Admissions process. I am thankful that our faculty, families, and students have made a remarkable transition to Distance Learning with resilience and creativity. The curriculum they are receiving during these unusual times is extraordinary, and I commend our faculty and staff for their dedication and agility.
Thanks again for your interest in our School, and we wish you health and hope during this time.
Head of School
"Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good,
for his steadfast love endures forever." (Psalm 136:1)
Using Zoom and Google Classroom, we continue to inspire students to love God and love learning. Our faculty has embraced Distance Learning wholeheartedly. Their dedication, creativity, and affection for their students mirror God's tender love for his children. Daily lessons are rigorous and include all subjects without sacrificing any content. Here are sample lessons:
Our entire School community gathers online for Thursday Assembly, retaining all its components: Dona Nobis Pacem, prayer, worship in song, Scripture reading, Upper School Bible speech, Fruit of the Spirit awards, and Doxology.
Student Council Devotionals
Here are some devotionals written by Student Council members:
Public Reading of Scripture
Families are welcome to join weekly Public Reading of Scripture sessions to listen communally to God's Word read aloud.
Students meet up online during lunch, interacting outside of class sessions.
Parents attend weekly "Evenings with Ms. Hinckley," meeting up with other parents of children in the same grades.
"Unless the LORD builds the house, those who build it labor in vain." (Psalm 127:1)
Faculty, staff, parents, and students gather regularly to pray for one another, our school, New York City, and the world.