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The Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz, founded in 1904, is a Swiss international boarding school set in spectacular alpine landscape near St. Moritz, Switzerland. The Lyceum campus occupies an extensive site with its own sports fields overlooking the alpine village of Zuoz.

The Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz is one of Switzerland’s leading international boarding schools, where 200 boarders and 100 day students between the ages of 12 and 18, from over 30 nations, are prepared for their higher education entrance qualification exams, while receiving an education which promotes intellectual, physical and emotional balance within a family environment, We offer the following academic programmes:

In English

  • International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB)

In German

  • Swiss Matura (in combination with the German Abitur)

  • Swiss Matura Examination programme

Bilingual

  • Bilingual Swiss Matura German/English

  • Swiss Matura "Maturità Bilingue Grigionese" Italian/German

The International Summer Camp & Junior Golf Academy offers a combination of language and sports or language and golf. Your children can study German, English and French, enjoy the outdoor experience of the beautiful Swiss Alps, have fun and make new friends from around the world! During their entire stay in Zuoz the children are under the care of professional activity leaders. They are accommodated in the school’s study bedrooms and have full use of the extensive sports fields, tennis courts and gym of the Lyceum Alpinum.

The best way to really learn a language is to hear and use it all day, in all sorts of situations: during lessons, at meal times, whilst playing games or doing sports. Study in class – practice in real life. This is fun and motivating. Experienced language trainers from academia Zürich know how to make that happen. The morning lessons in German, English or French are taught to small groups of an average of ten students. Up to six language levels are offered in German and English, so individual attention and focused tuition are guaranteed. The advanced English and German courses focus on communicative competence, often relating to global issues, and also on creative writing, both narrative and descriptive. Two levels are offered in French: The Beginners' class (A1) for children with absolutely no knowledge of French and the Elementary class (A2) for children with a basic understanding of French.