At a bilingual school, all children regardless of their native language or cultural background should feel equally comfortable, welcomed and challenged. We use our students' diverse cultural backgrounds as a chance to foster such an environment.
Your child will experience a challenging and internationally minded learning environment in which they can develop optimally.
German-speaking children will experience English like they would in a native language environment while meeting the goals of the Swiss National Curriculum, Lehrplan 21, in both languages at the highest level.
English-speaking children will be able to integrate into the local environment by learning German, experiencing the regional dialect and gaining a deeper understanding of the local culture.
Simultaneously, they continue to cultivate their native language as they would in an Anglo-Saxon educational system. This includes reading and writing skills, which, through the Swiss Matura or the International Baccalaureate (IB), gives them access to universities worldwide.