Our students and their learning needs are at the heart of our efforts. This is put into practice by taking into account the following eight aspects:
English and the national language play equal roles in school communication – in the classroom and in all parts of day-to-day school life. As a result, children learn to express themselves naturally and confidently in both languages.
Independent and Value-Centred Approach
The teaching philosophy at SIS Swiss International School is non-ideological, but founded on clearly defined core values. We strive to embody the values we seek to impart to our students: honesty, appreciation, personal responsibility and commitment.
To meet the needs of modern families and working parents, our day school offers a structured and challenging programme with classroom instruction with fixed hours, lunch, supervised homework hours and additional supervised periods and courses.
Performance through Diversity
The varied, stimulating environment of SIS Swiss International School supports students in achieving excellent academic performance, while allowing them to take enjoyment and pride in what they learn. Our teachers hail from diverse backgrounds and deploy a range of teaching and learning methods.
International Education – Local Insight
The SIS community of students, parents and teachers is made up of a variety of nationalities and backgrounds. We offer students a diverse and engaging school environment that simultaneously fosters an awareness of the wider world and a relationship to their immediate environment.
Continuity from Kindergarten to College
SIS Swiss International School offers a single unified learning concept – from kindergarten to primary school, to secondary and college level. Because we cater to all education levels (sometimes even under the same roof), we can facilitate a seamless transition from one stage to the next.
National and International Recognition
For students at college level, we offer targeted preparation for the national high school diploma. At the same time, they have the opportunity to complete the International Baccalaureate (IB), a globally recognised university entrance qualification.
The SIS network ensures consistently high quality standards, as structures and processes at our facilities are evaluated, developed and enhanced on an ongoing basis. Plus, our international organisation provides teachers and students with a platform to exchange experiences and insights across national borders.