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  • Welcome to Collège Champittet

    While our campus in Nyon was founded in 2004, Collège Champittet has been providing outstanding education to both local and international students for over 100 years.

    Our school

  • High quality education

    We welcome students from 3 to 10 years providing kindergarten and primary education

    Student life

  • Admissions at Collège Champittet

    Our admissions are open throughout the year, do not hesitate to get in touch with us!


  • Find out what is happening at school

    Have a look at what is happening, read our newsletters and check out our photo gallery!

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  • Did You Know?

    Whether you are looking for advice, more information, or guidance on how to apply, we are here to help.

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  • Keep in Touch

    Through our Connect section you can find out the latest from our school and from other schools in the Nord Anglia Education global family.

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  • Did You Know?

    Everyday life for children at Collège Champittet is an enjoyable and rich experience from both an academic and a personal point of view.


Be Ambitious – the Nord Anglia Education Credo

The Nord Anglia Education family of schools believes in a pedagogical framework called Be Ambitious! An invitation to our kids. And an ambition for our kids. It is based on the belief that there is no limit to what each child can achieve, no limit to the development of their own talents. 

We believe that parents and teachers can ignite their curiosity, that each class and each activity should strive to have our children make visible progress, be challenged, move out of their comfort zone and go beyond perceived limits. We must offer them unique global opportunities and make sure they are confident about the positive impact they have on the world around them. Passion is not enough: our children must have courage and resilience, commitment and hard work to meet their objectives. Teaching must be as personalised as possible (not meaning individualised). The Global Classroom network now becomes the Global Campus, in order to better reflect the variety of activities, in the classroom, online and during trips for example.

Philippe de Korodi, Managing Director