The Institute is building up a community of young students focused on preparing for college and deepening roots in the Christian worldview.
Geneva Scholars take up to 12 hours of dual enrollment studies including six hours of worldview centric courses such as Great Books, Critical Survey of Worldview, Psychology, OT/NT Literature. The remaining hours serve to meet important college credits in the areas of English Composition, History, Math, etc. The first seven qualified students to commit to the 2020-21 program will receive full scholarships*
In addition to the academic studies, the Institute serves to build a community of students working toward common goals. Students will have opportunity to fellowship through both cultural (symphonic concerts, plays, etc.) and recreational events.
Requirements and Registration for the Geneva Scholars Program
The basic academic requirements for participation in the program is to be a rising junior or above in high school and have a composite score of 19 or higher on the ACT (substitute qualifications may be considered). Additional Requirements and Registration Information may be found here: Geneva Scholars and Registration
For more information contact Dean Walker at (919) 245-7016 or email@example.com.
* Program admission requirements apply.