St. George's International School is a day and boarding school for boys and girls from 18 months to 18 years old, comprising over 60 nationalities. Located in Montreux, the school has magnificent views of the Alps and lake Geneva. Founded in 1927 by two young graduates of Oxford University, Lorna Southwell and Osyth Potts. In their undergraduate days at St. Hugh's College, after the First World War, they conceived the idea of founding a school in which children of all nationalities could share their learning and the difficulties of growing up.
St. George’s International School has grown to become a well-recognised international school with small teaching groups and individual attention regarding academic programmes, career advice and a structured pastoral care.