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Institutauf dem Rosenberg

The essence of Rosenberg — Careful academic planning and guidance, teaching respect for tradition while embracing innovation. This is how we guide our pupils towards their individual goals, providing them with an exclusive international network and valuable learning experiences beyond the classroom.

Brillantmont International School

Key Facts

  • Founded in: 1889
  • Students: 300 students, 260 boarders
  • Age range: Boys and girls, from 6 to 19
  • Campus: 1 main campus (100,000m2), 1 smaller campus (11,000m2)
  • Accreditation: ECIS, VSP. Department of Education
  • Nationalities:40 nationalities


  • Average class size: 8 students
  • Languages : English, German and Italian (tuition languages)
  • Diplomas: British IGCSE, GCE A Levels, US High School Diploma & AP, preparation for Swiss Matura, German Abitur, Italian Esame di Stato
  • Ratio staff/Pupils: 1:3 (teachers); 1:2 (all staff)
  • Foreign languages taught: German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, with further on request
  • Various: US University preparation, SAT, IELTS, ACT, AP, ESL Program, DELF


  • Sports: A wide variety of individual and team sports, incl. seasonal summer and winter sports
  • Enrichment: An extensive range of clubs, committees and enrichment activities, e.g. Art, Design, Drama (LAMDA) and Music (ABRSM)
  • Excursions and cultural trips, incl. tours to European capitals
  • Rosenberg Ball incl. pupils’ acrobatics and dancing performances
  • In-house school events and themed evenings

Summer camps

  • Language courses in July and August, for English, French and German at two locations: Arosa and St. Gallen
  • Designed for children from 6 to 19; separate ARIANA Adult Academy in Arosa (English or German language courses, sightseeing and sports)
  • Special activity focus on either Art & Fashion Design or Leadership & Public Speaking (Summer Camp St. Gallen, optional add-on)
  • Special packages available : Switzerland Discovery or Europe Discovery (Summer Camp St. Gallen)
  • Languages with sports, activities and excursions
  • Swiss Winter Camp

    • English or German language courses from mid-January to mid-March
    • Skiing, snowboarding and sightseeing combined with a unique opportunity to get a taste of boarding school life by spending time with regular boarders in and outside of the classroom

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