About Le Régent College

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An Independent British International co-educational boarding and day school for pupils aged 4-18.

Le Régent College is an IB World School situated on the Haut Plateau of Crans-Montana, a well-known mountain resort in Switzerland. The Junior School welcomes children from the age of four until thirteen. Pupils sit the 11+ and 13+ Common Entrance Exams.  It is expected that most of these children will move on to the Senior School where they prepare for IGCSE and IB Diploma.  

We produce well-educated global citizens. Added to a clear emphasis on the academic work, there are ample opportunities to develop talents in sports or in the world of arts. We take every occasion to develop the understanding and the practice of the four virtues underlying the school philosophy: Courtesy, Compassion, Creativity and Courage.

The community is a happy and purposeful one in which relation of trust and confidence among all members of our College is cultivated on a daily basis.



  • Programmes taught in English, following the British national curriculum.

  • ESL (English as a Second Language) courses for non-native speakers.

  • A highly qualified academic staff who provide academic support to all our pupils across the ability range.

  • A strong academic ethos, maintaining valued traditions and being at the forefront of educational development. 

  • A leading independent school in Switzerland, Le Régent Crans Montana College offers IGCSEs (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) and the IB (International Baccalaureate) Diploma Programme.

  • Facilitate admission to the most highly regarded universities in Switzerland, the UK, the USA and throughout the world.

  • A special emphasis on arts and sports.



  • Boarding life: a convivial, family-like atmosphere encouraged and supported by highly experienced staff.

  • Set in a beautiful campus, which offers first-class facilities to its pupils.

  • Tutors supervise challenging academic and well-balanced co-curricular activities.

  • Discovering, developing and fine-tuning talents

  • Skills: working and communicating with others; creative, critical and positive thinking; taking responsibility; independent learning; showing leadership and accountability; and acquiring sound life skills.