In order to graduate from The Geneva School, a student must have at least a C average (70% or higher). Geneva does not rank its students but does recognize a valedictorian and a salutatorian. Given the high value we place on academics and the ability of our students, most courses are taught at an honors, AP, or dual credit level. Courses not designated as such are college preparatory. Designated honors and AP/dual credit courses are weighted 0.5 and 1 point, respectively.
|English Language and Literature||4 credits|
|History and Social Science||4 credits|
|Rhetoric and Christian Thought||4 credits|
|Foreign Language||3 credits|
|Fine and Performing Arts||2 credits|
|Wellness and Sports||1 credit|