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Institut International de Lancy is a non-profit international school in Geneva, Switzerland. The school was founded in 1903 as the Collège Marie-Thérèse after laws in France prohibited religious congregations. Originally a school for girls, the school became coeducational in the 1960s, and changed its name to its current one in 2001. Institut International de Lancy currently offers the International Baccalaureate and the French Baccalaureate.
The average score of students at Lancy is 37 compared to the IBO average of 28.56
Lancy has a Selective policy. Information about their entry criteria can be found on their website.
German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese.
As the IBO's Middle Years Programme continues to grow and expand into schools accross the world, we're eager to share information with families about schools options for students pre-IB.
Lancy does not offer the MYP but may offer similar courses.
Students can only take the MYP pre-16 y/o.