The International School of Geneva (Ecolint) is a private, non-profit international school based in Geneva, Switzerland. It is the world’s first international school and is known for its academic excellence, commitment to peace and humanitarian values, and its diverse student body.

Ecolint was founded in 1924 by senior members of the League of Nations and the International Labor Organization, in partnership with educators from Geneva’s Institut Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The school’s founders believed that an international education was essential for preparing students to live and work in a globalized world.

Ecolint has three campuses: La Grande Boissière, La Châtaigneraie, and Campus des Nations. The school offers a bilingual and multilingual education, with students learning in English and French from the beginning of primary school. Ecolint also offers a variety of other languages, including Spanish, German, Italian, Chinese, and Japanese.

Ecolint’s curriculum is based on the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. The IB is a rigorous academic program that prepares students for university study around the world. Ecolint students have consistently achieved high scores on IB exams.

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