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Not-for-Profit Culture

As a community-owned school, Aiglon is unique among its peers. Our not-for-profit status ensures that everyone, from the Board to the football coach, has one priority: student experience.

But being a not-for-profit does not mean that we do not generate profit –it just means we have a responsibility to reinvest our operational surplus into the school, for the benefit of our students today and to ensure a strong future.

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Our Annual Review

Read the annual in-depth analysis of our year's achievements, both students' successes and a key look at our financial information and not-for-profit status.

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"It was exactly what we wanted to move our family towards: a whole education of mind, body and spirit. But we wanted to understand, during the application process, that those principles were alive and protected. The not-for-profit status gave me that reassurance.”
Susan & Chuck Willis Current Parents

Alumni Eagle Scholar

68 alumni and alumni parents combined their support to fund the first Alumni Eagle Scholar. This initiative supports one scholar’s Aiglon journey. The first grant was awarded to a new student who joined in Year 12 in 2022.

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Governance Structure

No single person or group runs Aiglon. Thanks to the bequest of our Founder, John Corlette, the school is wholly owned and overseen by a non-profit association, the Aiglon College Association (ACA).

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Global Community

Aiglon alumni and families are part of a remarkable community with a unique shared experience that doesn't end after graduation. There are many ways our community stays involved — often over multiple generations!

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Where to Next?


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