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Geneva School of Boerne - Boerne, TX


The Geneva School of Boerne exists to provide a classical education from a biblical worldview, to equip students for a lifetime of learning, service and leadership to the glory of Jesus Christ.



We provide a classical curriculum grounded in biblical truth. We graduate classically trained servant leaders equipped to do hard things to the glory of Jesus Christ. Three distinctives characterize the heart and soul of Geneva:


The classical method provides a liberal arts education with an emphasis on truth, beauty and goodness. We teach from a Christ-centered worldview and graduate well-spoken students who have a firm understanding of their faith and are equipped to do hard things.   


We are dedicated Christian educators who invest in the Geneva mission to provide a time-tested and rigorous education. We partner with parents to challenge and empower students by caring for the whole person as we pursue excellence in all things.  


Geneva is a community of people who are rooted in the hope of Jesus Christ and depend on His grace to actively love others with a spirit of humility and kindness. We value sacrifice and ownership as we serve together and seek to make a difference for the cause of Christ in this world.



Our educators are dedicated to a Christ-centered worldview and to the Geneva mission, locking arms with parents to provide a rigorous and time-tested education. Our award-winning and accredited academics, athletics and arts programs uphold the classical ideal by teaching students to recognize what is good, true and beautiful in every endeavor. We teach from a Christ-centered worldview—everything students learn and do is evaluated according to the standard of God’s word. Geneva graduates enter the world well-spoken and uniquely equipped to lead as servants, scholars, athletes and artists.

Located on 61 beautiful acres in Boerne, just north of San Antonio in the Texas Hill Country, we provide a place for all students to be known, foster a small-town roll-up-your-sleeves style of family volunteerism to get things done and cultivate an outward-focused community that actively loves our neighbors both inside and outside the school. Geneva is a welcoming, tight-knit community of people who trust and invest in each other with grace and grit.

The school was formed in 1998 and began offering classes in 1999 to 13 students in kindergarten, first and third grade. The first senior class of 19 students graduated in May 2011. Geneva serves 699 students in grades K-12 this year and celebrated its 12th graduating senior class in May 2022.



Essential Requirements


  • A disciple of Jesus Christ and as such, one who models a love for God through obedience to His Word; such obedience is evidenced through convictions, lifestyle and worldview
  • A full and unreserved supporter of the School’s Statement of Faith



  • Study the Bible, God’s only written Word
  • Skillfully articulate the personal/ethical implications of a lifelong faith commitment
  • Measure knowledge against the standard of God’s revealed truth in Scripture
  • Actively participate in the explicitly religious components of the student and community programs
  • Demonstrate an overt commitment to the life of a church and its core traditions
  • Respect the School’s Christian mission and values, and aid students in Christian formation by exemplifying Christian living, both in and out of the classroom
  • Be a positive role model for students by supporting the School’s Statement of Faith and exemplifying the characteristics of professional excellence
  • Perform duties as a minister and steward of the Christian faith



  • Develop and maintain professional competence and continuous improvement through active participation in professional development activities and/or professional organizations
  • Demonstrate commitment and loyalty to the School and to the respective profession 
  • Present a consistent and reliable demeanor to students
  • Collaborate with staff, co-workers, and administration in a cooperative, professional atmosphere
  • Accept constructive feedback to affect personal and professional growth
  • Attend and participate in faculty meetings and staff development activities, as required
  • Comply with the policies in the Geneva School Employee Handbook