A handful of Eleventh Grade students spoke casually with one another in French at a cafe. Middle School and Upper School students played music in a classical guitar ensemble. One student presented an encomium on Bob Ross, of televised painting fame.
Those were just a few of the presentations enjoyed by families and friends of Geneva Academy students at the Spring Exordium last month.
In Latin, Exordium means beginning or introduction. The school’s event allows friends and families to hear and see what the students are learning each day.
Other presentations included the winners of the Lower School and Upper School Speech Meet, the reading of academic papers on Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” and a video recording of the school’s mock trial simulation of Roe v. Wade.