Whether conducting an experiment from behind a lab mask,
gazing through a microscope or peering into a book, Geneva
Day School students, aged two through kindergarten, turn a
fresh face to a lifelong love of learning.
“Just as astronomer Edwin Hubble stated man explores
the universe using his five senses and calls it Science, our
students learn by looking, touching, hearing, smelling and
tasting; this is our Science. We create lots of opportunities to
explore the world,” states Director Suzanne Funk about the
school’s innovative, age-appropriate programming.
Defined by ideal student-teacher ratio, a thematically-inspired curriculum includes literacy, art, music and
movement, environmental education, field trips and outdoor
play. Voted Best of Bethesda three times in the Bethesda
Magazine Readers Poll, the school’s approach to STEAM is a
formula that places student scientists/authors/explorers first!
The Face of
A Lifelong Love of Learning
Geneva Day School