Coronavirus – ISL's campus is gradually re-opening for students

On Tuesday 17 March we moved to remote learning as part of our response to the coronavirus situation. From Monday 11 May, the campus started to gradually re-open and we were delighted to welcome back our students from Reception 3 to Year 10. For two weeks, students in these year groups came to school in half classes on alternate days. Since Monday 25 May, these students have been in school each day . From Monday 8 June we will also welcome students in Years 11 and 12. We created the following pages to inform our community on the latest updates and share our experience with our colleagues as we address these challenging times.

The International School of Lausanne gives children the tools and knowledge to succeed

Founded in 1962, the International School of Lausanne is a non-profit, English-language, International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. We welcome students from 3 to 18 years of age. We are the only IB World School in the Lausanne area offering the IB Primary Years, Middle Years, and Diploma Programmes.

Key facts

Student body and staff

  • 965


  • 68


  • 135


After ISL

Success and outcomes

Our students leave with a sense of unlimited opportunity. They have the self-knowledge, confidence, and ambition to achieve their goals and make a positive contribution.

  • 36.3

    Mean achieved by ISL IB Diploma candidates in 2019

  • 29.6

    Mean achieved by IB candidates worldwide in 2019

  • 98 %

    ISL students who passed the IB Diploma in 2019