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If your incoming freshman will not be attending Geneva High School next year, please contact the Geneva High School Counseling & Advising Office as soon as possible at 630-463-3830 or e-mail the Registrar at [email protected]

 

If your incoming sophomore, junior or senior will not be attending Geneva High School next year, a Parent or Guardian must complete and sign a Student Withdrawal Form available in the Counseling & Advising Office.

 

Additionally, all outstanding fees must be paid and the following items returned: 

  • Portable Devices

  • Textbooks

  • Library Books

  • Athletic Uniforms

  • Band/Orchestra/Choir Uniforms, Music or Instruments

  • Hall and PE Locks

The sooner a Student Withdrawal Form is processed, the sooner the student will be able to enroll in classes at their new school - an unofficial transcript and immunization record will be provided to assist with enrollment. Official school records will be forwarded once all obligations have been met and a records request is received from the new school confirming enrollment.

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Posted Thursday, June 22, 2017

The course adjustment window for students will begin August 15th-18th. This will be the final opportunity to discuss a schedule prior to the beginning of the school year. After the school year has begun, course adjustments will not be permitted outside of the confines provided on page 7 of the Course Catalog.


For more information, click on the following link: 2017-18 Course Adjustment Information


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Posted Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Geneva High School summer office hours are:

Monday - Thursday:  7:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday - CLOSED

Summer hours begin the week of June 5th and will end the week of August 7th. 

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Posted Thursday, June 1, 2017

A recent news story by NBC 5 Investigates says that it has uncovered anonymous online image boards bearing the logos of Chicago-area and Illinois high schools, in which users request and trade nude photographs of women, purportedly former students. We are saddened to learn that Geneva High School is among the schools on the list. Geneva High School strongly condemns these activities. While we have no evidence that any Geneva student, current or former, is involved with these boards, we want to remind our students and alumni to make good decisions for themselves and others when it comes to sharing pictures via text or online. Please read these tips from the Cyberbullying Research Center to ensure your safety. And, if you are ever the victim of cyberbullying or know that someone else has been a victim, please reach out to a teacher or school administrator, or your local police department immediately. We are here to help.

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Posted Wednesday, May 17, 2017

In recent weeks, some of the Geneva High School parking lots have been overflowing due to students parking in them without the proper permit.  In an effort to address these student-parking concerns, Geneva High School has enlisted the help of the Geneva Police Department.  As a result, the following parking policy will go into effect as of Monday, May 8, 2017:


Effective immediately, students who are parked either in staff parking or who are parked in student parking without the proper permit will be subject to both school-issued consequences and a $25 parking citation from the Geneva Police Department.

Respectfully,

GHS Administration

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Posted Friday, May 5, 2017
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