Brillantmont prides itself on offering a unique, home from home environment in which every student is recognised as an individual, where they can be themselves.
Brillantmont is a family owned school and family values of trust, mutual respect, support and care for one another lie at the heart of the boarding school experience. The boarding houses will be the students’ home for the next months or years, so it is important that they feel safe, secure and listened to.

All the boarding accommodation is on the Brillantmont campus, on the upper floors of five buildings. The buildings are secure, accessible by door-codes and the boarding rooms are spacious, warm and welcoming. Boys and girls live in separate houses, organised by age. 

A member of the boarding team lives on each floor, looking after the students and helping make their boarding experience happy and successful. Although some single rooms are available, most students share a room with a student from another nationality.

Our outstanding boarding staff always have the students’ physical, mental and emotional well-being at the heart of all they do. Our caring, supportive boarding environment safeguards the students and allows them to develop and grow with confidence. 

Our students live alongside others from many cultures and develop cultural sensitivity and open-ness to others. We are proud to help them on their journey to becoming responsible young adults, who can live with others and who are global citizens.

Elizabeth from Belarus joined the boarding school 18 months ago. She is in 10th Grade and is making the most of Brillantmont and all it has to offer. In addition to French, she is also learning German and has a busy schedule with official external examinations in view in many subjects.
Nevertheles, she manages to find time to play for the school's prize-winning volleyball team and to sing and act in the Musical Comedy after school club.
Takahiro comes from Japan and is a 9th Grader. Prior to coming to Brillantmont, he studied for one year in another Swiss school. Coming into a small, family school made the transition easier for him. Takahiro has a busy 9th Grade schedule which covers a range of subject areas, including coding and robotics. Beyond the classroom, he plays football and basketball for the school teams and has the important job of goalkeeper!