In Rolle, 30km from Geneva city,Le Rosey’s main campus (for the boys) and the La Combe campus (for the girls) are situated within landscaped grounds covering 30 hectares.
The campus was established in 1880 in the Château du Rosey, with its extensive estate. The historic original building, dating back to the 14th century, was then a run-down medieval castle, but it was carefully renovated and the campus improved during the 20th century.
The Paul & Henri Carnal Hall, known as the school’s Arts & Learning Centre, counts with a cooking lab, visual arts and photography rooms, dance, theatre and music studios. At the heart of the building, the 900-seat Rosey Concert Hall is located.
Today, our Rolle campus boasts some 15 different buildings hosting a complete range of academic, sports and arts activities, and offering boarding accommodation for some 400 students, teachers and staff.
48 apartments for teachers living in the boarding houses
4 specially-equipped sports rooms: 2 fitness rooms, 1 martial arts and 1 dance studio
3 dining rooms
An industrial laundry (providing laundry services for both bed linen and personal laundry)
2 professional kitchens
A graphic arts studio
12 tennis courts
1 synthetic rugby field, 1 synthetic football field, 1 outdoor basketball field
Beach volleyball and beach football courts
2 outdoor pools and 1 indoor pool
Gardens, trees, some of which are over two hundred years old, fountains, a computer-regulated greenhouse; a pedagogical farm with donkeys, sheep, poultry and more…
Off campus, Le Rosey also owns:
A private equestrian centre housing 30 horses, 1 indoor riding school, 1 dressage area
A private nautical centre equipped with 10 dinghies, 3 motor-boats, 3 yawls and a 38-foot yacht
Ipharra, a 102-foot catamaran sailing yacht.
We also use a local 18-hole golf course with driving range, and a karting track situated nearby.
Gstaad Mountain Campus
During our summer holidays, the Schönried campus in the picturesque Swiss region of Gstaad —a famous mountain resort nestled in the Swiss Alps and nowadays home to world-famous celebrities— hosts summer camp participants in large Swiss chalets set in some of the most beautiful scenery in Switzerland. This region abounds with sites of natural beauty and has an excellent infrastructure, allowing visitors to make the most of sporting and mountain pursuits in safety.
Since 1916 the whole school has moved up to the mountains during the winter season to offer its students a term of sun, snow and winter sports whilst continuing their regular school program.
As for the locals, they are always happy to share the delights and traditions of their region with our visitors.