Portrait of a Graduate
It is our aspiration that graduates of The Geneva School exhibit the following personal and intellectual capacities:
- Embodies practical wisdom: Students should demonstrate a life well lived, consonant with the expectations of a biblical ethic, the integration of theory and practice, and the maturity gained from The Great Conversation and from the personal mentoring of faculty and staff.
- Engages in integrative and collaborative learning: Assuming a unified field of knowledge that integrates in the person of Christ, students will synthesize a cohesive world-and-life view across the liberal arts curriculum and through exchanges with a collegial faculty.
- Employs skill in truthful communication: Through the grammatical arts of dialectic and rhetoric, students will become skillful in discerning and disseminating truth through the variety of media that is at their disposal.
- Exhibits the love of neighbor and a concern for the common good: Servant leadership orients a compassionate heart to pursue others’ good even before one’s own.
- Pursues his/her calling under the intention that all of life might be redeemed: As an ambassador of Christ in this world, students will pursue their vocation with the hope that they will be a reconciling agent for the gospel in all relationships and circumstances.