Call (407) 332-6363 to Schedule a Tour
Thank you for your interest in The Geneva School. We would love to show you around our school and introduce you to Geneva.
Taking a private tour is one of the best ways to experience The Geneva School. During a tour, you will get a glimpse into our classrooms to see the joy of our students and teachers as they engage in learning. Our tours are much more than simply showing you our facilities. Come take a peek into our classrooms where students discover the joy of learning—kindergartners making change at the post office in their on-campus “community,” first grade students planting vegetables in Mr. McGregor’s garden, fifth graders singing the “50 States” song, eighth graders debating the difference between fact and opinion in logic class, or twelfth grade anatomy students presenting a case study to professional physicians on the reasons for the demise of a previously dissected cat. Our model of education is a beautiful tapestry woven together over the course of a student’s grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric school years (K4-12th grade). It is our goal to get to know your family and to share with you our vision and our passion for Christian classical education.
Attend a Prospective Parent Event
Come and explore Geneva with a group of other interested parents and learn what exciting opportunities await your child. Learn about our philosophy of education and how that impacts what we teach, how we teach, and the inspirations we have for your child. Ask questions of our senior administrators and learn what energizes them in this noble endeavor of Christian classical education.
Our prospective parent events take place either at the lower school campus (2025 SR 436, Winter Park) or at the upper school campus (1775 Seminola Blvd, Casselberry). Please join us. Dates for prospective parent events will be posted soon.
If a prospective student would like to shadow for a day (or part of a day), we very much welcome the opportunity to let them experience Geneva from the inside. We will partner shadowing students with TGS students.
To make arrangements for a student to shadow, or if you have further questions, please contact Candy Houk in the admission office.
Once a shadow day has been scheduled, a parent should submit the Student Shadow Form. This gives us all the information we need to keep your child safe while they are in our care.