For many, relationships make up one of the most meaningful aspects of life. We hope that students find that here on the Lausanne campus and those connections continue to reverberate throughout their lives.
Every year, students have a specific homeroom teacher or advisor who becomes the primary connection between the student, family and school. Relationships built through multiple advisory group discussions with peers each week and the support of learning specialists and counselors create a wide-reaching support network for each child.
At Lausanne, we prepare all our students for life in a global environment. As we look at the world they’ll encounter when they begin to seek their own journeys in college and beyond, preparing them to work, interact and collaborate with a diverse mix of people is essential for their future success.
With girls and boys from 69 different countries and 48% students of color, Lausanne truly is a microcosm of the world. The diversity allows students to learn from each other, giving them better cognitive abilities and improved social skills.
Lausanne students are caring and reflective persons who consider others' needs and feelings and act to make a positive difference. Disagreements or misunderstandings are thoughtfully approached by faculty, counselors and peers to find resolutions that provide learning opportunities and growth.