The Chairs of Geneva
At the Geneva School of Boerne, students are very familiar with the different types of seating accommodations. From humanities to assembly, each part of a Geneva student’s day features different seats. Here’s a complete rundown of the chairs of Geneva.
The Classic Curved
Description: A sleek design with a curved back, this chair helps control one’s posture and features a slit at the top that can be used as a handle for easy mobility. With small rotating disks on the feet, this chair sure is an eye catcher.
Location: Mostly in Math and Language classrooms
The Comfy Lounger
Description: This chair is fitted with comfortable cushions on the seat and back, hence the name “Comfy Lounger.” It also features a unique black metal framework on the back and bottom that helps maintain its lavish figure.
Location: Every Humanities classroom
The Elevated Stool
Description: This fine stool includes the legs of the Classic Curved, but has its own unique circular seat on top. The seat showcases a thin faux leather cushion, and some editions of this stool even have an extended back rest that attaches to the bottom.
Location: Any Science classroom or the Art room
The Simple ‘N’ Sturdy
Description: Only seen in the band or orchestra rooms, this chair is constructed of plastic, and has a framework similar to The Comfy Lounger. While it may seem like a minimal design, this chair is quite reliable and can handle hundreds of pounds.
Location: Band/Orchestra rooms
The Modern Stacker
Description: This chair has been used on the Geneva campus for years, and has a very distinctive shape as well. Its back and front metal legs connect on the bottom, giving it a boxy feel. The back is curved, and it even has a small dotted pattern engraved on it. One convenient aspect of this chair is its ability to stack onto itself very easily.
Location: MPB, Lyceum