Belle Époque Campus (International Baccalaureate students)
Formerly the Grand Hotel, this recently renovated historical building is the jewel in the town of Leysin. The train station adjoining the building reflects the prestige and importance of what is now the dedicated campus for the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme at LAS. Housing boys and girls in separate wings, the two-year programme is flourishing, partly because of its idyllic location and state-of-the art teaching facilities.
The Savoy Campus is at the heart of the LAS academic experience for grades 8 – 12 and all non International Baccalaureate students. In addition to academic classrooms, it houses a library, administrative offices, health and wellness counseling and nursing center, college counseling, dining hall, IT department and arts department. The gym, sports hall, theater and music rooms provide recreational, as well as academic opportunities.
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Purchased and opened in 2001, the Vermont is our most intimate dormitory house and is an extremely popular dorm. It houses the Travel Office and is connected to the gorgeously restored Math Chalet by an underground tunnel. In addition, the upperclassman lounge dubbed "The Fish Bowl" is located between the two structures. In ski season, the Fish Bowl plays a central role as a gathering point at the end of the day.
Purchased by the school in 1992, Eden is the location for the Alpine Adventure program in the summer and is a dormitory during the academic year. The Eden features a beautiful, south-facing patio complete with a permanent barbeque, common area and a peaceful sense of privacy. The Eden dorm is located between the Vermont Complex and the Beau Site in the center of campus.
Beau Site House
Home to the Red Frog student recreation area, the Beau Site dormitory offers impressive views of the Alps and is only 100 meters from the Savoy Campus.