Geneva County is located near the southeastern corner of the state of Alabama. Houston County is to the east, Covington County is to the west, Coffee County is to our north and the state of Florida is found along our southern border. In the latest census of 2010, Geneva County had a population of 26,790 people. The county's racial makeup is 86.3% white, 9.5% black, 0.8% American Indian, and 0.3% Asian.
The Geneva County School System consists of three high schools, three middle schools, and three elementary schools. These schools are located in three different cities within Geneva County with their own unique cultures and traditions. Slocomb is located on the east side of the county, Hartford is located in the central part of the county while Samson is located on the west side of the county.