At Lausanne, we encourage self reflection. We believe that spending time thinking about one's character, actions and motives makes us better tomorrow than we are today.
By recognizing and approaching complex problems and making ethical decisions, Lausanne students are able to understand and capitalize on their strengths and limitations, while considering the needs and concerns of others.
Age-appropriate responsibilities are given to students throughout their time at Lausanne. From giving weather reports or serving as the line leader in Lower School to transitioning classes without a bell and approaching teachers with questions about homework in Middle and Upper School, students learn to advocate for themselves and others while learning time management and taking ownership of their learning experiences.
Lausanne students have a wide range of personal interests and passions. Colleges and universities are seeking students who have had a well-rounded academic experience that includes participation in special interests such as athletics, community service, leadership, technology and the visual and performing arts. Lausanne has always been committed to helping students pursue their passions while participating in an academically rigorous program.
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