Education should be a way of life. School should be about the development of the whole person.
When John Corlette founded our school in 1949, he knew that the balanced development of mind, body and spirit would require unique ingredients. A strong and abiding family spirit. Inspirational and outstanding educators. A truly diverse student body. A unique location. And the spirited independence that comes with being a non-profit school. And that is why at Aiglon, we live life on the mountain – it is our home, our classroom and our way of life.
The Aiglon curriculum is designed to ensure that every aspect of a student’s intellectual development is supported. Alongside the internationally recognised IGCSE and International Baccalaureate (IB) programmes, our students are expected to explore a diverse range of subjects, from Arabic to the visual arts. We carefully measure each student’s progress and performance throughout their time with us; results demonstrate the positive difference Aiglon makes and we significantly outperform global averages. Yet an Aiglon education offers more than access to the world’s best universities. The sheer breadth of academic choice is an opportunity for powerful personal development. Students design a truly individual programme that can unlock their full potential.