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Gstaad International School

School Profile:
Founded 1962
24 students, aged 14 - 19
UK & US Curriculi
6 staff
fees: day student: US$ 15000.- boarders: US$52000

3780 Gstaad / Switzerland

INTRODUCTION: A small coed international School offering preparation for Universities in the USA / UK & Switzerland
A section for those students affected with attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders.

CURRICULUM: IGCSE, A levels, SAT 1, SAT 2, AP, TOEFL, High School Diploma

STAFF: Staff is from USA / UK / Australia / Ireland / Switzerland.

FACILITIES: In town ( walking distance) Fitness center, indoors tennis, indoor & outdoor swimming pool, basketball center and the Alps!

SCHOOL YEAR AND SCHOOL DAY: From mid September to mid June. School day is from 8:30 to 12:30 and 16:30 to 18:45

EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY: GIS strives to nurture the moral, intellectual and physical growth of its students. The school mission is the building of endurance
and stamina in both academics and sports as well as stimulating personal achievement by teaching the values of respect, gratitude, humour and real caring for others.
The strengths of the school curriculum is in its flexibility to respond to the needs of the individual student; providing usable knowledge, while at the same time inspiring reflection,
provoking creative thoughts, instilling a sense of direction and encouraging identity development. GIS demands self discipline, appropriate behaviour and a high quality of work - in its conception
and presentation - but not without offering the tools and teaching staff to help students meet this challenge.


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