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Collège Alpin Beau Soleil

Collège Alpin Beau Soleil

Route du Village 1, 1884 Villars-sur-Ollon Vaud, Switzerland

+41 24 496 26 26



Collège Alpin Beau Soleil
School type Co-educational Boarding
Founded 1910
Headmaster Stuart White
Co-ed Age Range 11-18 years
Curriculum FrBacc, UK, IBDP, IGCSE, Natl, SAT
Language of Instruction English, French
Associations ECIS, CIS, IB, NEASC, SGIS

At Beau Soleil, we believe it's what you do that counts.

Our educational philosophy encourages students, who come from more than 50 different nations, to be the best that they can be. Founded in 1910, we offer educational pathways in both English and French for students aged 11-18 years.

A full boarding school with a capacity of 260 students, our boarders experience the ideal balance of warmth, care and discipline, encouraging in them a sense of independence. Our home from home boarding philosophy promotes the creation of lifelong friendships based on a common set of values: responsibility, respect, ambition and determination.

Outstanding academic results are ensured by our passionate teaching staff, who inspire and support students to achieve to their highest potential. With a teacher to student ratio of 1 to 4 we offer a personalised approach to learning and a diverse range of educational experiences. Our dedicated college counsellor and mentoring programme means our graduates enter many of the world's leading universities.

Exciting experiences both inside and outside of the classroom - from extended curriculum days, to educational trips across the world, full-school challenges and our winter ski programme - help our students to develop a greater understanding and appreciation of the world around them and to develop skills including team work, collaboration and resilience.

The spectacular school campus, located in a beautiful and safe alpine location, gives access to an enviable lifestyle. Blending tradition with modernity, the campus offers facilities of the highest quality and an inspiring view across the Swiss Alps.