Geneva’s middle school soccer program builds on the foundation of the grammar school soccer program. The primary emphasis for this co-ed team is to coach sound techniques and basic tactical awareness, while at the same time seeking to instill character traits based on team camaraderie and a selfless work ethic. The goal of this team is to prepare middle schoolers to eventually contribute to the success of Geneva’s varsity soccer teams. The team competes in CFML (Central Florida metro league). Practices and home games are held at The Geneva School athletic campus.
Jordan Stewart has been involved with The Geneva School in a number of ways since the year 2000 when he was enrolled as a student in kindergarten. Having graduated from Geneva in 2013 and coached varsity soccer since 2014, he joined the faculty in 2019. Jordan graduated from Rollins College as one of six valedictorians in the fall of 2018 with a BA in Philosophy and Classical Studies. One of the most important aspects of his time at Rollins was developing close relationships with his professors as they explored profound texts, puzzled over translations, and discussed what it means to live a good life. He hopes to do the same with his students at Geneva.
In his spare time, Jordan enjoys reading Ancient Greek and Latin works, Russian novels and short stories (especially Dostoevsky), and anything by Walker Percy. He also spends a good deal of time trying to convince his friends to read these works, with limited success. He loves to coach and play soccer, and he would never refuse a relaxing day at the beach or a board game night with friends. But most of all he enjoys spending time with his delightful wife, Sarah, (also a Geneva alum), their family, and their energetic dog, Summer. They attend St. Alban’s Anglican Cathedral in Oviedo.
Inspiring students to love beauty, think deeply, and pursue Christ's calling.