In Ephesians 5:16, Paul tells us to redeem the time. There is much we could say about this, but in a setting like Geneva, I can think of three things our students can do on a daily basis to redeem the time: learn, laugh, and love.
On a daily basis on the Geneva campus, opportunities abound to learn something new, to laugh in joy with friends and teachers, and to actively and sacrificially love those around us. Indeed, I would suggest it is difficult to actually waste time at Geneva (though I have seen it done); the people and place we call our school are set up to redeem the time if we will take advantage of it. [Is that redundant?]