The Moser School in Nyon is a school on a human scale where pupils can be individually monitored. It offers a curriculum from the fifth year to the (federal) Swiss Maturité examination with French-German and French-English bilingual curricula and a standard curriculum.
Founded in 1961 by Henri Moser, the Moser School gradually grew to occupy 3 sites: Geneva, Nyon and Berlin. The Nyon School opened in 1986, expanded rapidly and is now attended by 400 pupils from primary age to the Maturité.
We are constantly alert to new trends in modern teaching technologies, and offer a multi-lingual route with immersion from the age of 8 to enable pupils to gain top-level linguistic skills. We offer three pre-gymnasium streams leading to the Swiss Maturité examination: the standard route; the French-German bilingual route; and French-English bilingual route.
Personal development and building self-confidence are part of the school’s educational aims. We nurture creativity and a love of learning through group projects in which science plays a key role. Pupils learn to help and support other people, essential values in our ever-changing world, through cultural exchanges, camps, travel and sports activities.
Study in Nyon
The Moser School is ideally located near a railway station. It offers teaching staff committed to helping pupils in their charge to develop curiosity, creativity and a desire to learn – all key factors of success.
Number of pupils
Member of FSEP (Fédération Suisse des Ecoles Privées)
Member of l’AVDEP (Association Vodoise des Ecoles Privées)
Member of GREM (Groupe Romand des Ecoles de Maturité)
QSC (Quality School Certificate)