About College du Leman
Located between the lake of Geneva and the Jura Mountain, the College du Leman was founded in the late 50’s by Inge and Franics Clivaz. The aim was to provide international studies to the families coming from abroad after the 2nd world war.
The city of Geneva was the birth place of the United Nations called back then “Société des Nations”. Many international businesses have since moved to Geneva.
The School’s objective is to allow students, who are coming from all around the world, to receive an International education and therefore pursue their studies to any world-renowned universities.
Today the School more than 2000 students from over 120 nationalities.
The School has 4 different sections of education to cover all ages during the academic journey. The Preschool will cover children aged 2 to 6. The primary school is for children from 6 to 11 years old. The middle school covers the education of students aged 12 to 14 and finally the High School for the 15 years old and over. Students have the possibility to choose, English, French or Bilingual program for their education. Beside the academic programs College Leman offers a wide variety of cultural and sporting activities. Classes are an average of 20.
The College Leman offers a high- quality international education in a community of over 2000 students. The community is composed of families from all over the world. The School embraces the fundamental values of internationalism, respect, team- spirit and excellence.
With decades of experience, the school offers a warm and secure environment for the boarding students. More than 300 boarders register each year. The welcoming atmosphere make students feel just like at home. The older kids are educated on being more responsible and independent.
The Boarding School starts from the age of 8 years old. Each student share a room with another student.
With the help of the supporting team, the students are helped during their homework.