“Small School. Big Heart”

Education is the most important gift we can give to our children. Here at JFK, we ensure that we combine challenging and enriching experiences with academic rigour and creative opportunities. We offer a unique, family-oriented, educational environment where all students are motivated to fully develop their talents and skills.

We want our students to explore all the opportunities that are available to them. We strive to ensure that the academic achievements of our students are the best they can be, and here in Saanen, we draw from the opportunities afforded by our beautiful location to enrich the education we provide. 

Whether it is in the classroom, on the sports field, on the piste or whilst participating in an expedition, we want our students to reach goals higher than they ever thought possible. In having high expectations of our students, they learn to have high expectations of themselves.

Our school is engaged in an exciting period in its history as it expands, with the launch of the Cambridge University, IGCSE Programme. We have completed a substantial refurbishment of the original Saanen Schoolhouse, providing wonderful new facilities. We are committed to continuing the ethos which has become synonymous with JFK, and to ensure we instill  a lifelong love of learning in each and every student.

Welcome from our family of students, staff and parents who make our warm, caring and happy school a unique place to study.


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Discovery Walk of Rougemont

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On Tuesday September 9th, the primary students took a “Discovery Walk” into the past as they stroll through the streets and paths of Rougemont with Louis Saugy.
This walk begins in the heart of Rougemont and follows 18 different panels placed throughout the village that explain and teach about the famous life and times of Louis Saugy. We learned about what inspired the “Découpages” or paper cut-outs and how he dedicated his life to this traditional art form of the “Pays d’Enhaut/Saanenland region.

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