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.
Average Class Size For Grades SK-12
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Different countries the student body represents
1:1 Program in the Mid-South
"My time on campus opened many doors for what turned out to be a very successful career. Lausanne offers students opportunities that many schools do not. I was more than happy to take advantage of those."
Joan Dutcher Jeanrenaud ’73
"One of my favorite things about Lausanne was the proud and time-honored traditions that we celebrated each year. Traditions at Lausanne enhanced my academic experience and had me searching for those same kinds of connections in my life post-Lausanne."
Dr. Justine Okerson '01
"My experience at Lausanne was excellent, and I consider it a big part of my journey. I am grateful for my time at Lausanne and I credit it for where I am today."
Melissa Goodwin Shepherd '98
"My years at Lausanne played a fundamental role in my academic success at the Naval Academy. I was a member of the full diploma IB program at Lausanne, which challenged my time management skills early. I learned how to balance taking these rigorous courses, while also participating in multiple sports on campus. The teachers at Lausanne always challenged me to take myself to the next level and that served me well throughout my college years."
Cameron Kinley '17