Athletics at Geneva
At TGS, all students—K4 through 12th grade—have the opportunity to participate in sports. TGS athletes are challenged to practice and play with purpose (to honor God in effort and attitude), with delight (to excel with their God-given abilities), and with respect (towards opponents, teammates, coaches, and officials). Our goal is to manifest Christ-likeness, even in the midst of intense competition, as representatives of TGS, the church, and family.
We endeavor to provide the best and broadest athletic experience possible for our students. Growing in our faith and honoring God remains the primary goals of all those associated with TGS athletics, but we always compete to win—indeed we dishonor ourselves and our opponents if we do any less. And competing to win is evident in the success of our athletic programs and student athletes.
|Athletic Program Highlights (through 2018/2019)|
|30 District Championships||9 Regional Championships|
|12 as Regional Runner Ups||1 State Championship|
|Professional coaches for each sport||State of the art athletic facility (opened, spring 2016) and upper school gymnasium (opened fall 2019|
|17 varsity sports||2018-2019 Season:
2A Cary McDonald Athletic Program of the Year Award by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association
FHSAA Sunshine Cup (2A): Overall athletic program finished 2nd, girls finished 1st
The list of TGS student athletes playing their sports in college is ever-growing. Student athletes have gone on to play at the college level in volleyball, basketball, soccer, softball, baseball, cross country, and tennis.
In 2016, Geneva opened its new athletic campus including state-of-the-art track, soccer play/practice fields, tennis courts, softball and baseball fields, and beach volleyball courts. The facility is a unique venue to host regular season and district tournaments. Our new upper school building (grades 7th–12th) opened in the fall of 2019, and provides a gymnasium for indoor sports such as girls and boys basketball, volleyball, pep rallies, and assemblies.
While academic achievement is a high priority at Geneva, students also have the opportunity to maximize their God given physical abilities to honor and glorify him on the field and court.