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  • Mailing address:
    Brillantmont International School
    Avenue Secretan 16
  • T 0041 021 310 04 00
  • F 320 84 17 021 320 84 17
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  • Memberships: (ECIS) European Council of International Schools  Swiss Group of International Schools (SGIS) Federation Suisse des Ecoles Privees (FSEP)  Association Vaudoise des Écoles Privées (AVDEP)
  • State/Independent: Independent: privately owned (individual/corporation)
  • Senior School Ages: 11-18
  • Senior School Sexes: Co-ed
  • Senior School Numbers: 150 boys and girls (100 boarders, 50 day students)
  • Teaching Language: English
  • SEN: No SEN
  • Boarding: Available
  • Uniform: No
  • School Year: September-June; autumn and spring 1 week mid term breaks; 3 week Christmas break; 2 weeks Easter
  • School Hours: 8.10am to 3.40pm. Extra curricular activities start at 4.00pm until 6.30pm
  • Fee Currency: Swiss Franc
  • Fee Details: Annual Fees:Years 6-8: Day school 29,000; 5 day boarding 66,000; 7 day boarding 70,000. Years 9-10: Day school 30,000; 5 day boarding 68,600; 7 day boarding 72,000. Years 11-12: Day school 33,000; 5 day boarding 72,000; 7 day boarding 76,000.
  • Fee Extras: Registration fee: 1,600; Admission deposit:2,000(day) 5,000(boarders); Personal expenses deposit: 800(day students)6,000(personal expenses for boarders). Additional compulsory academic-related fees for day students: Y6-9 1,600 and Y10-12 1,200
  • Religion: Anglican


American High School Diploma (College Preparatory)

IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education)

Council of International Schools (CIS)

New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) - Founded in 1885, the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Inc. (NEASC) is the nation's oldest regional accrediting association and is one of the six regional agencies recognised by the US Secretary of Education to accredit schools; it serves more than 2,000 public and independent schools, colleges and universities in the six states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont and American/international schools in more than sixty nations worldwide from pre-K to the doctoral level. From the NEASC web site: Accreditation of American and International Schools Abroad American and international schools located in foreign countries are eligible to seek regional accreditation through the New England Association of Schools and College's Commission on American and International Schools Abroad (CAISA). These schools must offer an educational program at the pre-K through grade 12 level following an American-style or international program of studies using English as the primary language of instruction. Normally, an overseas institution is expected to achieve accreditation status within three years of being granted candidacy.

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