Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is Geneva Academy part of a particular church or denomination?
A. No. We are an autonomous academy governed by a board of directors comprised of members of various churches and denominations. We welcome students and families from any church or denomination as long as they are able to abide by our statement of faith.
Q. Is Geneva Academy a charter school?
A. No. As a private academy, we have no connection with the State or Federal government.
Q. Is Financial Aid available?
A. Yes. During the application process, a family may apply for financial aid.
Q. Is Geneva Academy accredited?
A. We are a member of the Association of Classical and Christian Schools and will pursue accreditation according to their accreditation standards and timeline.
Q. Which grades are offered?
A. We are hoping to add higher grades in the future but for now our program is for students in Pre-K through 6 grades.
Q. Do you accept Ohio Ed Choice funding?
A. No. Because we want to maintain the freedom to pursue our educational philosophy without government constraint, we also must maintain our independence from State and Federal funding. We strive to keep our tuition as affordable as possible.
Q. Do you have State certified teachers?
A. State teacher certification is not a requirement for our teachers since it is a certification in a method of education we do not teach. For a more in depth answer, please read this blog post. Our teachers receive training approved by the Association of Classical and Christian Schools.
Statement of Faith
Our board of directors is comprised of members of various churches and denominations. We welcome families from any church or denomination as long as they are able to affirm our statement of faith.
Classical education teaches students how to learn instead of what to think. It guides students through the natural phases of learning. Its goal is to inspire the soul to love what is true, good, and beautiful.
Geneva Academy exists to assist parents to cultivate students of wisdom and virtue to the benefit of man and the glory of God through a distinctly Christ-centered, academically rigorous classical and covenantal education.