Primary and secondary school in St Gallen - Institut Auf Dem Rosenberg
The philosophy of the school promotes independence and academic excellence, as well as fostering community spirit, resilience and social skills among its pupils.
One of the key strengths of Institut auf dem Rosenberg is the choice of academic programmes.
The school is divided into sections, and pupils can follow German, Italian and Swiss secondary education programmes as well as British A-Levels or the American high school diploma or AP courses.
One of the best schools for bilingual education in Switzerland, Rosenberg also offers intensive language courses leading to the Cambridge, DELF and Goethe certificates.
These courses focus on integrating students into one of the school’s regular programmes. Students are also offered support and assistance for post-secondary education, through the college counselling service.
Boarding pupils are housed initially in College House, and progress to more independent living in separate Girls’ and Boys’ Houses after the age of 14.
Young people are encouraged and supported to develop a sense of community in their boarding house, teaching them invaluable skills about communication, resolving conflicts, negotiating relationships and respecting different cultures.
Free time and sport activities balance out a demanding school day. St.Gallen’s geographic location makes for an optimal free-time programme, thanks to the proximity of cultural highlights in Lucerne, Zurich and further afield.
Pupils can also participate in sports tournaments, winter ski trips, summer mountain adventures, visits to art exhibitions and student clubs.
Home of the tallest Christmas tree in Switzerland, St Gallen is the perfect place to enjoy quiet Christmas holidays.
RÄUCHLE IN APPENZELL
In the Appenzell region, an old smoking ritual tradition is still kept alive in the villages on Christmas Eve.
ABBEY OF SAINT GALL, ST. GALLEN
This magnificent cathedral is St. Gallen’s most famous attractions and one of Switzerland’s most important Baroque monuments.
BOCHSELNACHT IN WEINFELDEN
Local schoolchildren carve out a pumpkin lantern and march towards the town square, where they sing traditional songs accompanied by a brass band to ask for health and happiness for the coming year.
Swiss Matura / German Abitur / US High School Diploma / AP Courses / Essame di Stato / US High School Diploma / A Level / GCSE / Language Certificates (Cambridge, DELF, Goethe)
CHF 84'000 per year
CHF 21, 000 - 31, 000 per year
Anglo-American Section / German Section / Swiss Section / Italian Section
Language courses offered
ESL/EAL / DAZ / DELF