Nord Anglia Education
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12 March, 2024

Four Nord Anglia Education schools return to prestigious Spear’s Index of leading private schools

Four Nord Anglia Education schools return to prestigious Spear’s Index of leading private schools - Four Nord Anglia schools return to prestigious Spears Index

Leading international schools provider Nord Anglia Education announced today that four of its schools were once again recognised in the esteemed Spear's Schools Index, which calls itself the ‘definitive guide to the world's 100 leading private schools’.


This year’s index highlights the high-quality education provided by Collège Alpin Beau Soleil and Collège Champittet in Switzerland, both of which were named ‘Top Flight’ schools.

In the Middle East, Swiss International Scientific School Dubai and Nord Anglia International School Dubai also returned to the list. Both were recognised as ‘Top Recommended’ schools, with the Swiss school also being named a ‘Partner’ school.

Stuart White, Principal at Collège Alpin Beau Soleil, said: “We are pleased to be recognised by Spear’s as one of the world’s 100 leading private schools, highlighting our commitment to providing a world-class education at Beau Soleil. Set in the Swiss Alps, our unique environment fosters a vibrant international community, enabling us to deliver an unparalleled educational experience.”

Philippe de Korodi, Principal of Collège Champittet, said: “Being featured in the Spear's Index is a testament to our rigorous and well-rounded bilingual education. This acknowledgment serves as motivation for us to continue nurturing our students into global citizens.”

Ruth Burke, Principal of Swiss International Scientific School Dubai, said: “Joining the ranks of the leading schools in the Spear's Index last year was a remarkable achievement, and being included again this year underscores our innovative approach to bilingual and boarding education, excellence, and sustainability. We will continue to inspire the changemakers of tomorrow, each and every day.”

Matthew Farthing, Principal at Nord Anglia International School Dubai, said: “It's a privilege to be recognised in the Spear's Index again this year. Our focus on educating change makers and instilling a strong sense of social purpose is at the heart of what we do here in Dubai. This accolade is a reflection of our community's hard work and passion.”

Spear's has published its list of the world’s 100 leading private schools since 2020.