Aiglon The Classic

Aiglon College

The Classic offers a focused morning course of your choice that will allow your child to broaden their language skills, engage with a outdoor activity such as tennis, golf or horse riding, or study a STEM based subject. Each academic option is led by experienced teachers, who regularly audit their curriculum to ensure students receive the most effective and relevant educational experience available.

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Key Features


Adventures, Camping, English, French, Hiking, Languages, Leadership & Innovation, Maths, Robotics & Programming, Sports


8, 9, 10, 11, 12


FOUR WEEK PROGRAMME 22 June to 19 July 2024 / THREE WEEK PROGRAMME 22 June to 12 July 2024; 06 July to 26 July 2024 / TWO WEEK PROGRAMME 22 June to 05 July 2024; 06 July to 19 July 2024; 13 July to 26 July 2024 / ONE WEEK PROGRAMME 22 June to 28 June 2024; 06 July to 12 July 2024; 20 July to 26 July 2024


1, 2, 3 or 4 weeks


1 week: CHF 3,700
2 weeks: CHF 7’200.-
3 weeks: CHF 10’100.-
4 weeks: CHF 12’800.-


French or English


Av. Centrale 61, 1885 Ollon, Switzerland

Camp overview

Whether you are considering applying to Aiglon’s full academic year or simply want them to enjoy a few weeks of exciting and rewarding adventures, our summer programmes give children the opportunity to experience the best of Aiglon and its unique environment.


07:30 wake up → 08:00 breakfast → 09:00 morning courses start → 10:25 break → 12:00 lunch → 13:15 prep for afternoon activities → 14:00 afternoon activities → 17:00 free time → 18:30 dinner → 19:30 evening activities → 21:30 bedtime


Students rotate through a varied activity plan within a group of students the same age. They are assigned a staff group leader that accompanies them to all activities which may include: art, camp craft, team games, drama, orienteering, hiking, swimming, bowling, climbing (indoor and outdoor), golf, mini-golf, cookery, ice skating, river rafting, canyoning (older students), tennis, stand up paddle boarding, wakesurf, body board, surfing (older students), bridge swing, real fly (for older students), kayak, trampoline, design challenge.


Students will take part in an overnight expedition, leaving campus for two days to explore our local Alpine environment. Non-residential students join the expedition, and are included in the overnight camping. For one week only students, please check with the Summer School Office if the week selected includes the expedition phase.

Students will have the chance to try an adventure activity such as rafting, canyoning or a climbing course, along with hiking and pitching a tent. Expedition is an opportunity to work as a team, then to relax around the campfire! Day excursions include visiting Lac Léman and many of the beautiful lakeside towns, visiting museums and discovering local traditional Swiss products.

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