Le Régent is a vibrant co-educational boarding school in Switzerland whose community provides the complete Le Régent experience. While day students benefit fully from all the support and care provided to the boarders, they are not expected to take part in weekend activities, although some Saturday activities are open to them.
JUNIOR BOARDING HOUSE
Boy and girl boarders live on separate floors, looked after and provided for by resident houseparents. Small numbers and the special care given to the children’s welfare, together with a real family atmosphere, ensure a harmonious and happy life.
Each student shares a very comfortable room with en-suite shower, with up to three of their peers. They enjoy their own well-appointed library and there is also ample and safe space for playing and enjoying each other’s company.
Morning and afternoon breaks are served in the building, but breakfast, lunch and dinner are attended in the main dining room. Great care is taken by the school chef to prepare well-balanced meals with plenty of fresh food; special dietary requirements are also provided for.
Evening and weekend activities such as sports, cultural outings, horse riding, ice skating, film nights, board games, and forays in the surrounding mountains with specialists making sure all students have a full and diversified educational experience. Day students and many weekends activities ensure a rich link with the local community.
SECONDARY AND SENIOR BOARDING HOUSES
The Secondary building has two boarding houses, one for the girls and one for the boys; they are looked after by resident houseparents. They are experienced in running efficient, caring, friendly and purposeful international boarding school communities. Each room accommodates up to three students. Houseparents are supported by tutors and there is a residential staff on each floor.
Academic work during the week is interspersed with moments of fun and complemented by busy and enjoyable weekends with plenty on offer, including outings to town. Evening and weekend activities such as sports, cultural outings, horse riding, ice skating, film nights, board games, and forays into the surrounding mountains with specialists making sure all students have a full and diversified educational experience.
FUTURE BOARDING FACILITIES
We continue to make strategic investments and by next September two floors in the Congress Center will be totally renovated to accommodate about ten beautiful bedrooms for our boarders.