Préfleuri International Alpine School

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10.0/10

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Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School

Reviews

10.0/10

3 Reviews

Préfleuri International Alpine School, Chemin de Curnaux 32, 1885 Ollon, Switzerland

Phone :
+41 24 495 23 48

Website :

Score: 10.0

5.0 3 Reviews

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  • Year of Foundation :

    1948

    Age Range :

    3-13

    Enrollment Phase / Grades :

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    Gender :

    Co-Education

    Boarding :

    Day School|Boarding School

    Number of Students :

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    Nationalities :

    15

  • Teacher Student Ratio :

    1:3

    Accreditations :

    Swiss School Impulse, DELF/DALF, Cambridge English Language Assessment, Apply for Eco-School, Association Vaudoise des Ecoles Privées, Swiss Private Schools

    Headmaster :

    Sylvie Ducas

    Yearly Tuition Fee (Min) :

    CHF 15'500

    Yearly Tuition Fee (Max) :

    CHF 57'000

Description

Préfleuri is an exclusive international boarding school in the Swiss Alps that caters for children from 3 to 13 years of age. Since 1948, Préfleuri has been a loving home to many children, giving them the very best in education and sports as well life ethics. Préfleuri still upholds a strong tradition of care and education for children from all over the world. Préfleuri teaches children to think independently, deeply and creatively, and is fully engaged in the new world society that is being born. Préfleuri offers its children the possibility of becoming actors in a world where communication is the basis of all interrelation and evolution. Préfleuri is a traditional wooden chalet, situated in a private park of two hectares, surrounded by pristine woods and traditional farmland. Our classes are small; our teachers are specialized in personalised tuition. Sports, cultural and other extra-curricula activities complement our children’s experience of living in Switzerland. We also welcome pupils for Winter and Summer camps with intensive language courses. Préfleuri believes in child-centred education, emphasizing the importance of the development of the whole person, as well as in the introduction of a foreign language at an early age. It is with these aims in mind that, at Préfleuri, a child is guided and encouraged, step-by-step, towards gaining the self-assurance of being a responsible citizen of the future, positively shaping his own life. We encourage our students to share their culture and traditions with their classmates. By discovering different codes and customs, they acquire an openness that time will never erode. At Préfleuri, learning English and French is assured. Asian students naturally become trilingual. Bilingualism at Préfleuri means keeping one’s roots, one’s culture, whilst becoming receptive to differences. Our academic program follows official English and French curricula; in addition we provide teaching of mother languages such as Chinese, Japanese or Russian. A child has the energy and ability to learn that far exceeds that of an adult who would often feel tired in the same situation. We believe that young people who graduate from Préfleuri are fully equipped to cope not only with challenging secondary education programs but also the demands of a fast changing world.

Tagged as: Co-Education

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  1. 5.0
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    Dear Teacher Silvio and Guillaume,

    Saki is now back home, telling us many stories. Although we could catch some at web photos, we our family feel endorsed thankfully enough by listening her experiences as well as new vocabulary. We appreciate your hospitality and also hope to stay in touch.

    Sincerely,
    Takeshi and Kyoko

  2. 5.0
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    Cetait un plaisir de retrouver les enfants! On leur a dis qu’on était très fiers d’eux!
    Ils nous ont raconté leurs aventures 🙂 Guillaume manque à Tammam et Jenny à Iman!
    Là on continue nos vacances au sud de la France.
    J’espère que tu vas bien!

    Bises

    Saeb

  3. 5.0
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    Greetings Everyone,

    I hope “la rentrée” all happened well and that the weather is still beautiful in Villars.

    This is just a quick note to thank you so so much for all the great care and fun you gave Yilan this summer. She had a fabulous time and told us she would like to go back next summer and/or in a few years as a “monitrice.” Job well-done ! Thank you very much 🙂

    BTW my apologies for a tardy reply but I did not write to you earlier because I figured you were enjoying a good break in August and then I did not want to bother you during the start of classes.

    To give you a bit of other news, she started her new school last week and she seems very happy. She is in French 3 which is typically for eleventh graders but she is a ninth grader. She tells us they all have such a bad accent “it hurts her ears..” I found that funny. Apparently French spoken badly sounds worse than Chinese spoken badly… “Ouf “… 🙂

    Thank you again so much.
    All the very best

    Andres

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