La Côte International School, Aubonne
A Nord Anglia Education School
On the Move
In August 2014, we moved from Vich to a new purpose-built campus in Aubonne, a picturesque and historic town overlooking Lake Geneva.
Personalised & Caring
We are committed to the development of each child’s mind, human relationships and place within their community and the wider world.
"As many families feel upon their first visit to La Côte International School, I knew this was the school for me!" Nicole Schmidt, Speech and Language Pathologist
High Expectations & High Standards
Our student-centred approach to learning ensures that every child can become a High Performer.
We accept enrolments year-round and look forward to hearing from you.
Excellence & Achievement
Our unique approach and outstanding team of professional educators ensures every child can succeed.
We like to talk
As everything we do is about treating your child as an individual, we welcome questions and conversations about your child’s needs as early as you wish. Please get in touch.
A 'mind-opening' school. La Côte International School is a welcoming international community that gives your child the knowledge, skills and confidence to pursue their dreams anywhere in the world.
Your child will be inspired to think creatively, embrace challenge and set high expectations for themselves.
Your child will be provided with opportunities and support to discover and develop their passion and talents.
Your child will be in an environment that fosters equilibrium, perseverance, respect and confidence.
Learning at LCIS
French is the second most frequently taught language in the world, after English. At LCIS we have two established French programmes; French as a Foreign Language and French as a First Language course. Both strive to meet the needs of our students who...
Helen Baker and Kathryn Gowers explain the changes to the new and improved Global Classroom .
La Côte International School Celebrates its Grand Opening
Vanessa Hornsby, Literacy Coordinator at LCIS held a workshop this week which explained to parents how we teach children to learn to read.
We believe that good behaviour and positive relationships, which are based on mutual respect, are essential for effective teaching and learning to take place. Alison Piguet explains our Golden Rules and how we recognise and reinforce them.
Kim van Helvoort explains the schools philosophy and approach to camps and outlines the schools camps program
Our new on-site kitchen and dining room are proving to be a huge success with students and staff.
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