St. George’s International School

Co-Education (2-18)
Day School|Boarding School
+41 21 964 34 11
Chemin de Saint-Georges 19, 1815 Clarens/Montreux, Switzerland

Year of Foundation 1927
Enrollment Phase / Grades Early Learning School through Year 13
Boarding Day School|Boarding School
Number of students 400
Nationalities 60
Teacher Student Ratio 1:10
Accreditations CIS, IB, Cambridge International Examinations
Headmaster Dr Ruth Norris
Yearly Tuition Fee (Min) 28’420 CHF
Yearly Tuition Fee (Max) 43’690 CHF


St. George’s is a vibrant and truly international school. We have students from no less than 60 different nations that come together to form a diverse and inspiring community of young people. The school was opened in 1927 to create a center of excellence that provides for and cares for everyone within its community. The school offers both Boarding and Day school programs that blend together as one to help the school achieve its visionary goals and achievements.

All schools should strive to be academically outstanding and successful, but they should also provide a full and total experience for pupils, ensuring that artistic, sporting and social opportunities are fully provided for and integrated within the curriculum.

St. George’s Junior school
Key Facts
Middle and Senior School Programme
Junior School Programme
Early Learning School Programme



British curriculum, IGCSE, IB Diploma Programme, High School Diploma Programme

Languages of instruction


Foreign languages

French, German, Spanish



University counseling


Learning support



At St. George’s International School, we focus on all facets of the students’ development. Thus, an emphasis on sport accompanies our cultural programmes in Music, Art, and Drama. These vary from year to year, depending on the staff and students’ interests.
School trips
Community service
Performing arts
Summer programs

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