St. George’s International Summer Camps
|Year of foundation||1927|
|Accomodation type||Boarding School (single, double or quadruple rooms)|
|Boarding||Boarding & Day camp|
|Number of students||Around 100 per session|
|Teacher student ratio||1:10 overall, and 1:6 for sports coaching|
|Duration||1 week - 2 weeks – 4 weeks – 5 weeks|
|Months Running||From July 5th to August 7th|
|Fee (min)||CHF 850.- for 1 week Nano/Mega (children 4 to 7 years old) / CHF 2750.- per session for day camp for children from 8 to 18 years old|
|Fee (max)||CHF 6250.- (per session for boarding camp for children from 8 to 18 years old)|
NEAR THE LAKE, CLOSE TO THE MOUNTAINS!
St. George’s International School Summer Camps in Montreux, Switzerland provide a world class summer experience for young people from all over the world eager to have fun, develop their creativity, experience challenges and grow as individuals throughout their time at camp.
Through intentionally designed activities and curriculum facilitated by fun-loving, well-rounded and talented staff, young people experience Summer Camp as something wholly different and unique.
Located in the beautiful region of Montreux between the lake and the mountains – the Swiss Riviera is one of Switzerland’s most scenic regions.
Campers immerse themselves in the spirit and ethos of St George’s which is all about respect, challenge, care and learning.
- Morning Activities
- Language lessons: English, French or German
- S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths)
- Performing Art: Drama, music, dance, produce and perform a play
- Afternoon Activities
- Tennis Coaching - Train and play with our certified professional coaches.
- Lake & Mountain – wakeboarding, Climbing, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, rafting, stand up paddle and canyoning and more
Academic CoursesLanguage lessons: English, French or German / S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths). A mix of creative disciplines.
Language CoursesEnglish or French private lessons possible on request
I always bring back with me good memories from each summer at St. George's summer camp.
There is always a new thing to learn every day in the camp. My favourite activity is programming robots!
There was a positive ambience in the camp. I liked the clear and energetic ways of teaching used by the monitors.