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  • An International Family

    Our diverse international community features students and staff from over 100 nationalities


  • Personalised Learning

    We value each student’s individuality as well as his or her integration into society. Our programme of studies prepares our students for the demands of a global 21st century.

    CDL prepares students for the worlds top universities

  • Our People

    We benefit from talented and experienced faculty, staff and our Senior Leadership Team.

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  • A range of activities

    The opportunities don't stop when the school terms end. We offer a range of activities for your child to discover, from ski trips to performing arts camps and guided GAP years

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  • A Place to Call Home

    Whether your child is joining us at Pre-K or midway through their learning journey, we offer a nurturing environment that will make a huge difference to their future

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  • Broadening Horizons

    From the city to lake and the mountains, every child will find something to love in our range of activities


  • A Safe Place to Grow

    Our safe and welcoming campus will be a home where your child can learn to be confident and independent


  • Say Hello

    Get in touch or visit us to discover what makes Collège du Léman an inspiring place to learn

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Juilliard Summer Programme 2018

Collège du Léman was once again the host of the prestigious Juilliard Summer Performing Arts programme between July 21st and August 4th.

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The 2018 summer programme hosted 130 students, including 110 boarders from 34 nationalities, in various music disciplines and the performing arts. Eighteen faculty members from The Juilliard School flew from New York City to teach students for the third consecutive year within the wider Juilliard-Nord Anglia collaboration. The young students took classes in drama, dance, modern and classic music (instrumental and vocal).

The programme featured two performances on the Collège du Léman campus. The first evening performance took place on July 24th and featured Juilliard faculty members performing for over 200 guests. 

The two-week Performing Arts programme culminated in final student performances on Friday, August 3rd, in the Eiger Auditorium and was attended by approximately 300 guests. The talents showcased by students from all disciplines were very impressive and we would like to congratulate everyone who contributed to another successful year of this unique Juilliard-Nord Anglia programme!