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  • Helping students find their place in the world

    We create a safe space for children to express and nurture their individuality.

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  • Our international and multi-cultural student family

    Our diverse community includes students from over 110 nationalities

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  • Our people

    Our learning community includes talented and experienced faculty and staff

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  • Personalised learning journeys

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

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  • Summer, autumn and winter camps for children 4 to 18 years old

    A range of activities for your child to discover, from summer to winter, ski trips to performing arts camps.

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  • A safe place to grow

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

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  • Discover Collège du Léman

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

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  • A place to call home

    Whether your child is joining us in Early Years or midway through their learning journey, we offer a nurturing environment that will make a huge difference to their future

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  • Contact us

    We would love to hear from you, so that we can discuss what your child needs to thrive.

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Student Testimonials

Read our student testimonials.

When I first arrived at Collège du Léman, I was a little apprehensive about the bilingual nature of the school, as I wasn’t very confident in my French. Very quickly, however, I grew to love having an additional language to express myself in, and now it feels so natural to switch between the two. I’ve just started studying Mandarin, so hopefully, soon I’ll be able to chat in Chinese too! One of the best things about CDL is the teachers. I feel really supported, not just with the language but with every subject. They help you to organise yourself to focus on the areas you need to improve, and they are constantly checking in on us to see how our progress is going.
At Collège du Léman, I really like how much control I have over my own learning. The classes here are much smaller than in my previous school, and my teacher is always available to help me with anything I’m having trouble with, even outside of class. Our subjects are often centred around the same main topic, so I like the feeling that I am continuing on the same theme between different classes. We are given a lot of choice over how we present our projects and do our research, and we can often choose the area of a topic that interests us most. I recently joined the robotics club after doing a Raspberry Pi project in Science, and it’s been so much fun to be able to continue with my own ideas outside of class!
I’d never been to boarding school before I came to Collège du Léman, but I started to feel really at home as soon as I arrived. The other students were so welcoming, and the houseparents are always there if you have a problem or need someone to talk to. I’ve done ballet and played the violin since I was little, so it was such a nice surprise to discover that my roommate was also into dance and is in the string ensemble – I love having someone to practise within the evenings! We always eat together as a house, and at the weekends it’s really great to have a big family to go on trips with. Sometimes I miss them over summer, but I'm always allowed to spend at least a week or two back with my friends at camp.