Collège Champittet Pully
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Pully, Switzerland 

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3.2 from 5 reviews
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3 to 18 English
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Swiss,English,IB,French Unknown

Collège Champittet Pully has for more than 115 years provided a transformational bilingual education paired with Swiss values and tradition. Our Global Campus connects our family of international private schools, giving your child access to a variety of exceptional experiences in school, online and worldwide.

During middle and high school, students start to make important choices about their future. Our Swiss private school supports them every step of the way as they solidify the skills and knowledge they'll need to achieve their goals. At Collège Champittet Pully, secondary school encompasses grades 9 to 14 (ages 12 to 18). The aim of all IB programmes is to develop internationally minded people who, recognizing their common humanity and shared guardianship of the planet, help to create a better and more peaceful world.


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Ellen Gachet, a week ago


Highly recomended if you are looking for a new school, great campus, great studing invironment & great people - high level of studies for this international school full of strong values and culture! Open to the world but still remains a close knit community. A good mix of boarding and day students of different nationalities, local students too and situated in the heart of Lausanne.

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Olivier Wellmann, 5 months ago


Amazing school.

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Henry De Suisse, 2 years ago


They offer an high education, thats for sure. But discipline is quite harsh, punishments come very easily. A good school but not for everybody i would say.

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Magda D_Ch, 7 months ago


Beautiful building and good after classes activates choice. My son lasted only a year in this school (primary) as the school is very traditional and not progressive enough to encompass modern, holistic approach to education of young kids. Children of the age of 5 were spending hours on calligraphy rather than developing social skills or waking up their curiosity about the world. Poor level of English education despite claiming bilingual program. Most of the staff does not speak English

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Lucky Girl, 9 months ago


This school is a worst school. The teaching staff of the school is incompetent. The only thing you can learn in this school is how to wash the toilets and repel the unfair attacks of the teachers. This school identical to the penal colony. Humiliation, discrimination, negligence, and theft also takes place within the walls of this school. Insanitary conditions. Frequent lice epidemics. It is impossible to open a window in a stuffy room due to the presence of a huge number of insects. Awful food, based on convenience foods and fastfood.

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