Lausanne strives to give students every opportunity to succeed at whatever lies in front of them.
Lausanne's teacher-to-student ratio is 14:1. Class sizes are small to create learning spaces that allow for collaborative learning and attention to the individual student.
This approach to tech begins in our Lower School. In addition to our 2-1 student to computer ratio, our youngest students also benefit from academic classes that utilize technology to differentiate instruction by skill level and modalities. Our classrooms and innovation labs employ tools like interactive whiteboards, 3-D printers, and 3-D projectors to provide a dynamic educational experience for all of our Lower School students and a strong foundation in design thinking and engineering. Additionally, our Middle and Upper School programs have a strong history of blending technology with academics.
Beginning in 5th grade, all students must purchase a laptop of their choice before the first day of school. Our program is unique in that we encourage hardware diversity while at the same time offering the best support possible to ensure successful and seamless integration of technology into the curriculum.
Having all three divisions on campus is an inspiration for every grade level. Young students have a chance to dream big as they see older students' accomplishments and college choices. In comparison, older students are equally inspired by the creativity, ingenuity and collaboration of younger students.