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Why attend Lausanne?

Admission

We are a globally-minded community committed to empowering individuals. Our respect for each child's personality, learning style and family, inspires confidence, kindness and achievement throughout our student body. This attention and care for every step in a child's life combine with a wide-range of enrichment programming and the academic challenges of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. It's why our graduates are sought out by colleges and universities across the country and around the world, where a network of alumni support is ready to greet them.

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2018/2019 Enrollment at a Glance

7:1

Student/Teacher Ratio

14:1

Average Class Size (Grades 1-12)

55

Different Countries Represented

100%

Accepted to College

A Lausanne education is an investment in your student's future.

Every family has different financial abilities and obligations. Our Admission team members can help you identify options for this investment.

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Our Graduates are Following Their Dreams

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Lausanne's commitment to academic excellence makes me feel confident that I'm prepared to find success at Northwestern- or really anywhere. - Ben Calkins, '16
Lausanne gives its students the opportunity to become a holistic student rather than one that is completely one-dimensional. - Prashanth Raj, '15
The IB Programme at Lausanne prepared me so well academically, I definitely feel ready to take on the challenges ahead. - Tony Chen, '16
Lausanne has amazing teachers who taught me that hard work is the best way to get to where you want to be in life. - Eleanor Bates, '13
Lausanne prepared me for Boston College by teaching me how to think, not what to think. - Nick Leal, '10
I think Lausanne helped me prepare for Georgetown by teaching me how to take risks. - Raghav Ranga, '16
At Lausanne, I realized that doing well was directly related to how much time and effort I put into being prepared. It works the same way at Michigan, if you work hard, you'll be successful. - Claire Tanenbaum, '16