What makes KSI Morges special?
Unique approach to education where every child matters
The School is one of the top international private schools in the Lausanne area and part of the prestigious Cambridge School Network. We teach in both English and French, and respond quickly to the needs of students, parents and the community with 360-degree feedback.
We offer modern teaching through the International Primary Curriculum, one of the world’s fastest growing and most respected programmes for ages 3-12.
Our small class sizes mean high engagement at all times, with classrooms monitored daily to ensure the highest quality standards.
KSI Morges is an English-French speaking school with a multicultural environment perfect for sparking a curiosity for learning both in and out of school.
International Primary Curriculum
The IPC focuses on active participation, engaging a child’s mind from the first word. Learning is exciting and meaningful, which is why the IPC is one of the fastest growing and most respected programmes in the world.
Door-to-door transport service
Our families find that the school minibus, which serves localities between Montreux, Lausanne and Geneva, offers the safest, easiest and most cost-effective transport to and from the school.
From cooking to Sport and Fitness, and French Story Club to Computer/ICT, our extensive range of after-school activities plays an important role in the physical, social and intellectual development of your children.
Find out what’s going on, from events to open days, and read our most recent blog articles, written by staff and students, covering a wide range of school and educational topics.
The KSI Family
The Knightsbridge Schools family was established in 2006 and currently operates a network of
nine private international schools and centres in London, Portugal, Montenegro,
Colombia, Panama and Switzerland.
KSI provides a unique and holistic approach to education in an international environment rich in
happiness and compassion. Students are encouraged to become lifelong learners and
independent problem solvers.