What we offer

We offer a broad range of subjects to meet the individual interests of our students. Exam-relevant subjects are supplemented by an attractive programme of electives and extracurricular activities.

Choice of subjects

In Zurich we offer our students the following subjects:

Year 1 and 2 (Grade 9–10, IGCSE) Year 3 and 4 (Grade 11–12, Advanced Level subjects)

English (as a first language)
English (as a second language)
French (as a foreign language)
German (as a foreign language)
Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics)

Business Studies
English (as a first language)


Further subjects, such as Italian, Russian or Portuguese are offered on request.

Electives and extracurricular activities

Our electives allow students to pursue their interests and passions without the pressure of a formal examination. Our practice-orientated project and lab days are fixed features in our programme. In addition, our student council and school magazine are spaces where our students have a voice. The student council can create student-driven initiatives, promote charitable work or make suggestions for the improvement of our school. We round off our extracurriculars with regular school field trips, culture days, cinema evenings and end-of-year parties which are co-organised by the students.

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German Booster

For students wishing to apply to Swiss universities or simply to integrate into the community more easily we offer a Swiss university track for an additional school fee.

The German Booster track means students will receive 5 German lessons a week: 3 lessons at A1 beginner level, which will progress to A2 level, and 2 lessons that follow the IGCSE syllabus.

Students supplementing their IGCSE and A Levels with Common European Framework A1–C1 German courses, will have the opportunity to take German TELC examinations. TELC examinations are officially recognized by Swiss universities and schools.

«This is a great school and we have been so pleased on how well prepared our children have become for university whether in Europe or in the United States.»