The Geneva School’s youth sports program exists to give students the opportunity to play sports in a safe environment, allowing them to experience the social benefits of being part of a team and giving them the opportunity to glorify and honor God by using the talents he has given them. The discipline that comes from practicing and being part of a team will benefit each child as they grow and learn in a structured and competitive environment.
Please contact Hollie Benjumea using the form at the bottom of the page if you have any questions.
Volunteer to Coach
The youth sports program relies heavily on volunteer coaches. If you are interested in finding out more, click HERE.
Registration for fall youth sports will be posted on this page in the summer
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Volleyball: 5th–6th grade girls (competitive)
Basketball: K–6th grade boys and girls (competitive)
Track: 2nd–6th girls and boys (instructional)
Information Specific to 6th Graders
Athletically speaking, 6th grade student athletes are hybrids. 5th grade students play youth sports while 7th graders play middle school sports. 6th graders may do both, although not usually simultaneously. Which level of athletics a 6th grade student plays depends on the situation in any particular sport. 6th grade students will be guided by the athletic staff. If you have any questions, please contact Hollie Benjumea (Youth Sports Director) and/or Dan Harger (Athletic Director).
Have a Question? Want to Learn More?
Please use the following form to submit questions to the athletic/coaching staff.