British School of Geneva awarded membership to Council of British International Schools

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The British School of Geneva has been selected as an associate member of the prestigious Council of British International School (COBIS).

The British School of Geneva has proudly announced that the school has become an Associate Member of the prestigious Council of British International School (COBIS). For more than 30 years, COBIS has promoted the benefits and standards of the British Educational system and curriculum in schools worldwide. As families seek the right school for their child, they look to COBIS to ensure that they select a school that reflects the high standards and ethos of the British style educational system.

The British School of Geneva, formerly known as the Geneva Secondary School, provides education in English for 5- to 18-year-olds who come from all over the world. The school was created in 2005 as a response to a growing need in Geneva for private, anglophone education and a demand for the English National programme. As the only school in the area to offer the complete English curriculum through the A-levels, the British School of Geneva provides continuity in this rigorous programme and also helps students transition from or to return to a British-based school. Another part of the school's mission is to maintain small classes and low student-to-teacher ratios that enable their educators to provide personal care that fosters intellectual and emotional growth.

The school is located in Châtelaine in a modern purpose-built site that was designed to create a positive environment that facilitates learning. To learn more about the British School of Geneva, go to or call +41 (0) 22 795 7510. For more information about how COBIS can help guide school selection, visit

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