In a world in which people are more mobile than ever, parents want an international school that can equip their children with the learning, enthusiasm and skills needed to embrace any opportunity that comes their way. Our school combines a commitment to high standards of education, with a desire to develop a student's character, confidence and world view.
We've come a long way in a short time. Our original school in Mont-sur-Rolle catered for 42 pupils and seven members of staff in September 2008. By the end of the first academic year, student numbers had doubled. We opened up our secondary section in that first year, and served our growing school community from a larger campus in Vich.
In September 2011, we became part of Nord Anglia Education's family of premium schools. Nord Anglia Education is recognised worldwide for its dedication to education, and its work with students in international schools around the world. We are now part of a global family of 56 international schools, providing outstanding education to over 50,000 students from preschool through to the end of secondary education.
In 2014 we moved in our brand new purpose-built campus in Aubonne.
As we continue to grow, we are committed to maintaining this positive culture and community that everyone has worked so hard to build and our focus will always remain on the child.
Our students are nurtured to become enthusiastic learners with principles and empathy. They are taught to become adaptable, responsible, tolerant and sensitive citizens, comfortable both as leaders and as part of a team. We work with school staff and local enterprises to establish an extensive range of after-school clubs, both on campus and in the community itself.
Our curriculum is driven by our unique High Quality Learning approach, which ensures that every student becomes a high achiever. As an international school, we also strive to nurture students who understand and respect different cultures. By introducing them to fellow students in our network of schools worldwide, we also inspire them to collaborate with others around the world. They also develop a keen understanding of Switzerland through trips and activities within the community.
We believe that you as a parent should also have the chance to influence the development of the curriculum and the school through individual feedback and parent groups. Regular communication with parents is therefore particularly important to us and your child.
Teachers are encouraged to maintain the highest standards of education, and to work with their peers in our school and across the global Nord Anglia Education family to develop innovative new ways of achieving high-quality results.