Top 10 Most Expensive Schools

Schools are very important part of our life. It is the places where we learn and start understand things surrounded us. Every parent wants their kids to become a scholar and do something extraordinary curriculum wise. Parents or guardians work really hard so that they can admit their child in one of the top notch school and provide them a secured future. But then there are some schools which are really costly and only kids from royal families can take admission in these exclusive schools. Here we are proving you list of top 10 most expensive schools in the world.

10. Charterhouse, England, £35,529

Charterhouse, EnglandCharterhouse is also famous school in England. The school is known to educate some of the royalties from around the world. The school was established in the year 1611. It is one of the oldest boarding schools in England. To study in this school you have to pay £35,529, which is huge fee. The famous alumni include eremy Hunt (politician), Peter Gabriel (singer), Jonathan Dimbleby (TV presenter).

9. Tonbridge School, England, £36,288 a year

Tonbridge School, EnglandTonbridge School was established in the 1553 under letters patent of King Edward VI. The school is popular as it is one of the oldest boarding schools in England. The school is has excellent academic records with its 24 departments possessing that includes teaching and reading rooms, libraries, laboratories, and high-end facilities. The alumni like Norman Heatley who discovery of Penicillin into usable medicine, Tim Waterstone founder and ex-Chairman of Waterstone’s are associated with the school.

8. Brillantmont International School, Switzerland, £46,670 to £50,670 a year

Brillantmont International School, SwitzerlandThe school is famous worldwide and it is located in the centre of Lausanne Switzerland. The school is one of the popular coeducational international schools. This highly reputed school established in 1882 and owned by the fifth generation of the founding family. The school is situated in most appropriate area as it is in the centre of Lausanne, five-minute walk from the amenities of the city.

7. Leysin American School, Switzerland, £52,000 a year 

Leysin American School, SwitzerlandLeysin American School (LAS) is one of the popular co-educational boarding schools in Switzerland. This grand school founded in 1960. The school near Geneva and it is located in the alpine resort village of Leysin. The school is managing 350 students from 60 different nationalities. Saudi Arabian royal family members, Rockefellers and Vanderbilts are alumni of the school. The school is equipped with all the facilities.

6. The American School in Switzerland (TASIS), £52,058 a year

The American School in SwitzerlandThe American School in Switzerland (TASIS) is another marvel school from Switzerland and it is also a private coeducational boarding and day school for elementary, middle, and high school students. The school accommodates almost 700 pupils from around the world. It is one of the oldest and popular American boarding schools in Europe. Victor Kraatz (1971-) the first North American ice-skater to win a World Championship is one of the alumni.

 5. Institut auf dem Rosenberg, Switzerland, £72,000 a year

Institut auf dem Rosenberg, SwitzerlandInstitut auf dem Rosenberg is one of the most reputed schools in Switzerland. The school was established in 1889 as the Institut Dr Schmidt. After the death of the founder, Ulrich Schmidt, the school acquired the current name. The school is known to prepare students for German, English, American, Italian and Swiss school leaving exam. This school gives ample importance to the personal development.

4. Collège du Léman, Switzerland, £57,150 a year

Collège du Léman, SwitzerlandCollège du Léman (CdL) is most reputed private, for-profit international school in Versoix ,Switzerland. The school has been accredited by both the European Council of International Schools and the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. The school was established in the year 1960 by M. François Clivaz. To study in this reputed school you have to pay a huge price £57,150 a year.

3. Beau Soleil, Collège Alpin International, Switzerland, £62,000

Beau Soleil, Collège Alpin International, SwitzerlandBeau Soleil, Collège Alpin International School was established in 1910 and it is one of the oldest private boarding schools in Switzerland. Jacques Villeneuve, Princess Marie of Denmark, Prince Guillaume, Hereditary Grand Duke of Luxembourg is the some of the alumni. It is one of the most expensive schools in the world where you have to pay a sum of £62,000 per year.

2. Aiglon, Switzerland, £48,000 to £66,900 a year

Aiglon, SwitzerlandAiglon is one of the most famous schools in Switzerland. It is private co-educational boarding school, which is established on British boarding school lines. The school is managing a diverse international student population. The school is one of the popular, independent and non-profit schools located high in the Swiss Alps. The students here prepared for the GCSE and IGCSE examinations at the end of year. To study in this school you have pay a hefty amount of £48,000 to £66,900 a year.

1. Le Rosey, Switzerland, £80,000 a year

Le Rosey, SwitzerlandLe Roseyis one of the most expensive schools in the world. The school is equipped with 25m indoor swimming pool and Wellness Centre, a skate park, an open air theatre and 10 tennis courts and 18-hole golf course. Royal families’ children study in this grand school where you have to pay huge amount of £80,000 a year.

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Manoj Mehra, a blogger and co-founder of Blazed Story, He always trIES to share top 10 listS for India and worldwide to increasE THE knowledge of internet users.

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