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Lausanne Collegiate School (Memphis, Tenn.) is a coeducational, college preparatory, PK2 (age 2) through 12th grade International Baccalaureate World School whose student body represents 69 different countries. Its mission is to “prepare each of its students for college and for life in a global environment.” Lausanne develops the individual intellects, talents, creativity and character of boys and girls through student-centered teaching, global diversity, and encouraging, challenging and engaging learning.

Lausanne Collegiate School offers students a distinctive learning community through an established tradition of educational innovation.

We forge meaningful relationships and embrace global mindedness. We learn from one another and honor and celebrate our differences and our likenesses.

At a Glance


Average Class Size For Grades SK-12


Total Student Body


Different countries the student body represents


1:1 Program in the Mid-South

Building on a rigorous academic framework designed by the International Baccalaureate Organization, our faculty pulls from the latest pedagogy to develop a fully aligned curriculum that is assessed externally by the IB and the Council for International Schools. The school reviews its curriculum annually using data from both external and school-based assessments, incorporating changes as suggested by the latest research, the International Baccalaureate and the Council of International Schools.
The core values of Lausanne’s community provide a balanced learning experience for each student, academically, emotionally, and socially.
At Lausanne, we always strive to be better tomorrow than we are today. With thoughtful and intentional planning, improvements are made to the campus every year.
Knowing that a Lausanne education is best experienced through in-person relationships, we have been happy to have faculty and students on campus for the 2020–2021 and 2021–2022 school years.
We are happy to offer on-campus and virtual tours and look forward to helping you gain a better understanding of the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum.

Lausanne Voices