Whether Jesus existed or whether He said the things recorded in the gospels are some of the questions for which Geneva Academy seniors are preparing to answer in their apologetics course. Under Pastor Drew Maney’s direction, the seniors are reading — among other books — Nicholas Perrin’s Lost in Transmission: What We Can Know […]READ MORE
Angie Robert, at right, with U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy’s office, presented a framed copy of the Bill of Rights to Geneva Academy earlier this month. Robert works as the Northeast (Louisiana) Regional Director for Cassidy, R-LA. Ouachita Parish Police Jury Vice President Jack Clampit, at left, joined Robert for the presentation to Geneva Academy […]READ MORE
In a classroom of 10th through 12th grade students, Geneva Academy economics instructor Deacon James spins around a laptop to show a 2006 skit from NBC’s Saturday Night Live: Don’t Buy Stuff You Cannot Afford. The obtuse characters played by Steve Martin and Amy Poehler don’t understand why you can’t buy things now and […]READ MORE
Mathematics begins with the study of logic. That’s how Geneva Academy instructor Stetson Bosecker describes his strategy for teaching mathematics (he rarely says “math”) in a classroom. “In America and possibly everywhere else, we’ve really moved away from the study of mathematics as logic to understanding mathematics as simply solving algorithms,” Bosecker said. […]READ MORE
Geneva Academy welcomes Jennifer Rader as the school’s new fourth grade teacher for the new school year. Rader has six years of classroom experience, having most recently taught third grade students and upper school students at Northeast Baptist School in West Monroe. She obtained a bachelor of liberal arts in Speech Communication and […]READ MORE
The heron sculpture at the far right, “Alebrije,” was the fruit of a class project under Geneva Academy art instructor Bethany Wilkins as part of a community-wide art project in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana known as Herons on the Bayou. Herons on the Bayou was touted as the most widespread public art project in Ouachita […]READ MORE
Three students from Geneva Academy as well as several alumni and faculty recently returned from a mission trip to Peru along with members of Church of the Redeemer of West Monroe. The team’s mission trip began in northern Peru, helping the Peru Mission. The Peru Mission is a 20-year-old non-profit ministering to communities in […]READ MORE
Geneva Academy is reaching the end of its first school year in a newly renovated facility on Cypress Street in West Monroe. The school, previously housed off Oliver Road in Monroe, moved in the summer of 2018 to the educational wing of a building owned by Church of the Redeemer. Geneva Academy […]READ MORE
Geneva Academy’s Second Grade students displayed their completed history projects last month, allowing parents, grandparents and friends of the school to meet the pharaohs of Ancient Egypt and the caesars of Ancient Rome. Some of the history projects were also edible, like an Egyptian pyramid made out of Rice Krispies Treats. Elisabeth Brown, […]READ MORE
Geneva Academy students prepared more than 200 works of art to line the walls of the Rialto in West Monroe last month as part of the school’s art show, “Arise, Shine, for Your Light has Come; Remembering the Radiance of the Dark Ages.” Each student, from Pre-K to Eleventh Grade, could point their […]READ MORE
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