Geneva Community High School has a long tradition of academic and athletic excellence. The high school has more than…More 2,000 students and 130 faculty members and regularly scores in the top 10 percent in state test scores. GHS teams won more Western Sun Conference championships than any other school during the 2009-10 school year.
The principal, Tom Rogers, is a longtime Geneva resident and graduate of Geneva Community High School.
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Mill Creek Elementary School serves more than 380 students from kindergarten through 5th grade. The school, which was…More constructed in 1996, is located on the far West Side of Geneva School District boundaries, just off Keslinger Road in the Mill Creek subdivision. The building itself is a modern facility that was constructed in 1996 and features a parent drop-off and pick-up spot in the front. On the 2009 state report card for schools, 95 percent of Mill Creek students met or exceeded state testing standards, showing the dedication of the staff, the students and the parents alike.
"We're the only school in town named after its neighborhood," says Principal Andy Barrett. "Like most of Geneva, there are low mobility rates and low staff turnover here, so the kids get to know each other and get to know their teachers."
St. Peter School has been providing religious and academic education to Geneva-area students since 1958. The Roman…More Catholic school teaches children from preschool to eighth grade, and educators are certified by the state of Illinois as well as the Rockford Diocese in religious education.
Students traditionally score high in the Iowa Test of Basic Skills. In the first half of the 2009-2010 school year, the average percentile rank of St. Peter School's eighth grade on the National School Norms was 99%.
St. Peter School's mission is to educate children academically, spriritually and morally. Students in grades 1 - 8 celebrate Mass every Friday morning, and students participate in a number of community-service activities.
"We believe that the Catholic School has an active role in the teaching mission of the Catholic Church," the school website says. "We believe in providing our students with opportunities which will develop a community of a faith and service to others."