Find out some of ISL’s schools news below!

Class of 2021 – IBDP results

We are extremely proud of the achievement of ISL’s Class of 2021. With an average score of 38 points (out of 45), our students scored 5 points above the world average. This incredible outcome is a result of their hard work, tenacity, and sheer determination.

Johan Masure Award

Chloe, an ISL High School student, received the first annual Johan Masure Award which recognises a student who has inspired others. Chloe raises her voice and fights for injustice. Her hard work, perseverance, and courage has transformed her into the person she is today.

The High

The High, ISL’s student-led newspaper, is now available on their brand new website. Student journalists, illustrators, and videographers share their content about ISL, world issues, and much more.

The PTA Sports Challenge

A total of 119 ISL community members participated in the PTA Sports Challenge, a virtual fitness mission. Team ISL completed a 13,000 km route in May from Lausanne (Olympic Committee home) to Tokyo (2021 Olympics site). The community also raised money for Cecily’s Fund, a charity supported by ISL.

Be the Change Week

ISL organised its very first “Be the Change Week”, a programme of student-led events to prompt discussion and debate around issues of global significance and inequality within our local and international communities.

Helen Topp – Nurse Retirement

Helen joined ISL in 2001 but has in fact been part of the community even longer. All three of her children – Patrick, Michael, and Cathy – attended ISL. During her 19 years, Helen’s care benefited many hundreds of children. Thank you, Helen, for all that you have given to ISL.

Gradient Issue #2: The magazine of the International School of Lausanne

In this edition, we explore how our community has coped during this special year to make the best of it. We have a special section on multilingualism and how it can both benefit and challenge our students. Caroline Leenders our Head of Alumni Relations, explains how alumni and students managed to meet despite the pandemic.