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Aiglon Collège
Aiglon Collège
Aiglon Collège
Aiglon Collège
Aiglon Collège

Aiglon College

Founded in 1949, Aiglon Collège is a renowned independent school situated in the village of Chesières in the Vaudois Alps. This English-language international school is attended by 370 boys and girls aged 9 to 18 (boarders or day pupils) from over 60 countries.

Students at Aiglon College benefit from a first-rate education in a stunning, safe location, the main goal being to prepare them for the next stage in their life. Teaching is based on the British curriculum and prepares students for GSCEs, IB or SATs. Students who are not native English speakers receive special support to help them pass the Cambridge and IELTS exams. Language courses and sports activities during the Easter and summer holidays are also on offer.

Contact

Aiglon College
Avenue Centrale 61
1885 Chesières - CH

Tel : +41 (0)24 496 61 61
info@aiglon.chwww.aiglon.ch

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