This is your
Le Régent takes great delight in discovering its students’ talents
which they can identify and develop through a myriad of activities.
3 to 6 years old
Our bilingual Infant School and its Early Years Programme (ages 4-6) offers a unique opportunity to develop fluency in both English and French. A varied and exciting programme in a warm and caring environment allows each child to develop to their full potential. Days are filled with games and songs alongside time for learning the basis for reading writing and maths skills.
7 to 12 years old
The Junior School provides personalised and academically rigorous learning. A broad and blended programme selects from the best international curricula and forms the essential learning habits that inspire and develop curiosity, enthusiasm, teamwork, creativity, critical thinking, independence and real-world engagement – and all with a multi-cultural outlook and the right balance of academic and extra-curricular activities.
13 to 18 years old
Le Régent’s secondary section produces well-rounded, internationally minded students. Its rigorous approach to teaching and learning is suited to a period marked by exams and then university applications, but Le Régent also focuses on the individual, tailoring teaching to the needs of the child. We challenge the gifted and support those with learning differences so that all reach their academic potential, irrespective of ability or background.
Crans Montana is one of the most beautiful destinations in Valais,
emblematic of Switzerland, safe, stable and authentic where the air
is pure and where all dangers seem far, far away.
Although Switzerland was initially hit hard by the Coronavirus, its authorities, health services and people have dealt exceptionally well with the...
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Every year, Le Régent chooses a group of students to be its “Leaders”. Their role is to organize events and represent the school and its students...