ISBerne is a fully accredited International Baccalaureate day school for students aged 3-18. Situated in the centre of the canton of Berne, ISBerne caters to the executive and ambassadorial community of Berne. ISBerne has a history of more than 55 years of excellence and is it is growing! A new campus is under construction with a target move date of the end of 2016.
ISBerne offers a full array of SGIS competitive sports such as Basketball, Tennis, Swimming, Track & Field, Football (Soccer), as well a full and varied After School Activities (ASA) programme with offerings such as Yoga, Chess, Line Dancing, Bollywood Dance, just to name a few. ASAs run on an 8-week cycle and choices vary by age each cycle. The school also hosts an official Cub Scouts troop from Boy Scouts of America.
The school also offers, as part of its curriculum, a 7 week Ski Friday programme for grades 2-12, and ice skating for grades ELC2- Grade 1. The students spend a week in the Alps every fall for their Outdoor Education camp plus take language and culture trips in the spring.
The new campus will be equipped to support the technology of future learning with ample space for growth and future expansion when needed. Nestled in open space between the A6 freeway and the Train & Tram lines, the school is easily accessible by car, train or tram. ISBerne is also able to offer shuttle service to groups of students from outlying regions and companies.
- Day School
- 300 students
- Age Range: 3 – 18 years
- Fees: CHF8,775.00 – CHF32,460.00
- Curriculum: International Baccalaureate
“My son made the cut of 16 out of 3,000 to a renowned Performing Arts School in England. They said his internationalism and ability to speak multiple languages were deciding factors in his selection. He knows these attributes are due to his time at ISBerne!”
“My daughter started university this year and with this new perspective realises what a special, supportive and enriching experience ISBerne was in her development. She feels completely prepared but misses the camaraderie and support she experienced with her fellow students and staff at ISBerne.”