Building Confidence through Round Square
Posted on 24th February 2017 in School
I am part of a Round Square school, Aiglon College, where I have been taught that the development of mind, body and spirit are essential for becoming an open-minded and interesting person. As I moved up to grade nine I decided to challenge my mind and go on a Round Square Conference in Germany,...
Students visit CERN, world-leading physics laboratory
Posted on 17th February 2017
On Wednesday 8 February, Lower Sixth physics students enjoyed a superb visit to CERN, the world-leading particle physics laboratory in Geneva, including the chance to spend a few hours working in their fantastic new S’Cool Lab.
Our visit began with a tour of part of the sprawling CERN site,...
Winner of Architectural Competition Announced
Posted on 13th February 2017 in School
Aiglon College is pleased to announce that the firm of Durisch + Nolli Architetti has been selected to design and deliver Aiglon’s new Assembly & Arts Building.
In June 2016 Aiglon College launched a private competition to identify an architectural firm to design and deliver a new...
Exeter Renamed to the "Parsons Building"
Posted on 10th February 2017 in School
As renovations to the former Exeter House continue, the Aiglon College Association Board of Governors and Trustees approved last weekend a recommendation to rename the building in honour of the late Head Master, Philip Parsons, and his wife, Bibi. With immediate effect, the former Exeter building...
Chinese New Year Celeberations
Posted on 8th February 2017 in School
At the end of January, Aiglon's Chinese student population gathered to celebrate the Chinese New Year, which based on the lunar calendar, began this year on Saturday 28th January. Chinese teachers Mrs Man and Mrs Hu organised the events, hosting an evening both for the Junior and Senior...