A true pillar of Collège du Léman, Emmanuel has served our community for 20 years, making him one of our most longstanding members. Our renowned standard of excellence is due in no small part to his unwavering commitment to improvement and his focus on maintaining Collège du Léman’s status as a forerunner in international secondary education.
Originally a teacher of History and Geography in the International Baccalaureate, the Swiss Maturité and the French Baccalaureate, he moved into the position of Head of Human Sciences in 2007, before also taking on the responsibility of coordinating the baccalaureate path in 2008.
Aside from overseeing the 1st and 2nd cycles of our own Francophone section, Emmanuel also represents Collège du Léman on the national stage. As the President of GESBF (Groupement des écoles suisses préparant au Baccalauréat français) and a committee member of GREM (Groupement des écoles suisses préparant à la Maturité fédérale), we are honoured to count such a key figure of the Swiss education system as a member of our family.