Institut Le Rosey

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Institut Le Rosey, commonly known simply as Le Rosey, is a boarding school in Rolle, Switzerland. It has 380 students aged 7 to 18. It was started by Paul-Émile Carnal in 1880 and is Switzerland's oldest private school. Royalty from around the world have been students. No more than 10% of the students are allowed to be from the same country. Students applying to be seniors must be able to work in English and French.[1]

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The school has three orchestras and two choirs.[2]

January to March the school moves to Gstaad. There they do winter sports like skiing every day. For junior boarders it costs CHF 78,300 a year ($85855).[3] It has been called the world's most expensive school.[4] All subjects are taught in English and French.

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  1. "Welcome to Le Rosey".
  2. "Welcome to Le Rosey".
  3. "Welcome to Le Rosey".
  4. Kassel, Julie Zeveloff, Matthew. "Inside The Elite Swiss Boarding School Where The World's Most Powerful People Send Their Kids". Business Insider.