The schoolchildren of the German branch of the Rosenberg Institute are preparing for the passing of state standard examinations - Das Deutsche Abitur. After their passage, students receive a certificate of maturity, recognized by educational institutions around the world. The school program of the Federal Republic of Germany Baden-Württemberg is considered the benchmark of the education system. To basic courses, students can add optional (economics, business) or linguistic subjects. There is a strengthened passage of languages and the ability to pass FCE (the first Cambridge certificate), TOEFL or SAT.
Foundation year: 1904 Location: St. Moritz Age: 11-18 years Type of training: joint Number of pupils: 320, of which more than 200 are foreigners ] Programs: IB, Swiss Matura, German Abitur, summer courses of English, German Accommodation e: residence Cost: from 24000 CHF per term with accommodation Rating:
The prestigious international boarding school Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz is located in the Alps at an altitude of more than 1,850 meters. Not far from it is a popular resort and a very picturesque town of St. Moritz. The school occupies part of the territory of the town of Zuoz. This universal resort is famous for its wide range of winter, summer sports entertainments. The location is largely due to the features of the school, in particular, special attention to the sport.
The Enghandin Valley, where the boarding school is located, is one of the most picturesque places in this part of Switzerland. The surrounding nature has an active lifestyle. Pupils are mostly fans of hiking, climbing, skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing.