Student Support Resources
The goal of Geneva is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where each student grows in wisdom, knowledge, and a love of learning. The faculty, coupled with the curriculum, strives to provide a strong foundation for intellectual, emotional, and spiritual growth. As we seek to meet the needs of each Geneva student, sometimes a student might require additional resources. TGS is pleased to provide the following support services:
- A dedicated reading teacher is provided for those students in the early grammar school who need additional support and time to strengthen language arts skills. Identified students may receive additional help in either an individualized format or in a small-group setting. As the student masters skills, these services may no longer be needed.
- Speech and language services are provided to families who choose to take advantage of these services. Although this service is provided on our campus, it is contracted through a private company and at an extra cost to the parent.
- The Office of Academic Support and College Counseling coordinates all of the additional student support services. If your child needs additional help or seeks additional enrichment, the academic support staff will help direct you to the best resource for your child. The Geneva School has relationships with learning specialists, educational psychologists, and occupational therapists.
Please contact Isabel O’Driscoll if you have any questions or concerns about your child.
Have a Question? Want to Learn More?
Please use the following form to submit questions to the student services staff.