37 Avenue du Petit-Lancy, 1213 Petit-Lancy GE, Switzerland
+41 2287 90000
|Director General||Mr. Sean Power|
|Language of Instruction||English, French|
|Co-ed Age Range||3-18|
|Number of pupils||1,525|
|Day fees per annum||CHF15,800 - CHF26,300|
|Authorised IB Programmes||IBDP|
|Diploma Coordinator||Noha Benani|
Institut Florimont is a co-educational day school offering children from 3 to 18 years of age a complete education from kindergarten to the three diplomas that will open the doors to higher education. As well as encouraging academic excellence, Florimont fosters the traditional values and beliefs that are important for life.
Since 1905, Florimont has been preparing students for the French Baccalaureate and, as of 1942, for the Swiss Maturité. Since September 2014 our range of final examinations includes the bilingual (French-English) International Baccalaureate. Therefore, Florimont offers children more opportunities and more choices, allowing them easier access to the world's best universities.
All sections of our school work together to ensure the continuity and coherence of the programme of study. Clear procedures are in place to ensure that new students joining us from other private or public schools are successfully integrated.
Close communication with parents, additional lessons and one-to-one tutoring are just some of the ways that Florimont supports students during their studies.
Our student body is made up of more than fifty nationalities making Florimont a rich multicultural and multilingual learning environment. The importance we attach to this is reflected in our language learning programme. In addition to English, emphasis is placed on German, Switzerland's predominant language, as well as on Chinese, Spanish and Italian. Other languages such as Russian and Arabic are individually tutored or taught to small groups. Bilingual classes in French and English are offered from the primary and throughout the school.
Priority is given to partnerships and exchanges with leading schools worldwide, as well as to many activities that can add value to a university application, such as the CAS programme.
Philosophy lessons are initiated in the primary years in preparation for a better appreciation of Theory of Knowledge in the IB Diploma Programme.
Our students are encouraged to be entrepreneurial, bold, adaptable and creative because we know that these qualities will not only strengthen their university applications but also prepare them to face the challenges of working life.
Find more information on www.florimont.ch