Collège du Léman ,Community Service

Community Service is something that at CDL we feel very passionate about and try to instil in all the students of the school. Within the school, they work on the REACH programme which promotes the students to address the areas of Health and Activity, Responsible Citizenship and Creativity. They must complete thirty hours per year during their school career.

Within the Boarding House, we accomplish many of these by providing activities and opportunities to take part in events and projects.

On Sunday Ana Lucia, Maria Clara, Mia, Raquel and Maria Luiza took it upon themselves to do some litter picking in the forest path running alongside the campus. Well done girls !!

Game, Set, Match!

On a beautiful Sunday morning, our Terray girls gathered on the court for an unforgettable tennis adventure. Laughter filled the air as everyone embraced the game’s spirit, fostering teamwork and sportsmanship. Tennis isn’t about skill; it’s about the shared moments that make our community special.

That’s a wrap on our tennis adventure. Stay tuned for more exciting activities from our house, where learning, growing, and having a blast go hand in hand. Until next time, keep swinging those racquets and embracing the joy of the game 🎾🎾🎾

House Bonding: Dinner at Home

In the hustle and bustle of modern life. we often overlook the simple joys of togetherness. For those living in a boarding house, dinner at home is more than just a meal; it’s an opportunity for bonding.

When the day’s work is done, and the sun sets, there’s something comforting about sitting down to a home-cooked meal with your housemates in your shared space. It’s a slice of home away from home.  

These dinner gatherings are more than just nourishing the body; they nourish the soul. It’s during these moments that you share stories, exchange experiences, and build friendships that can last a lifetime. In a world that sometimes feels disconnected, these dinners serve as a reminder that genuine connections can still be made.

Collège du Léman, Well-Being Program Pillar 1.Nurturing Healthy Bodies and Minds. Sleep

At Collège du Léman, our students ‘ well-being is defined as being physically and mentally healthy and able to cope with life’s challenges positively and constructively.

Our student’s health and academics are very important and this year we want to have a different focus on their well-being by providing them with the tools that a teenager needs to maintain a healthy body and mind.

During our house assembly, tonight has seen the launch of the First Pillar of our well-being program, Nurturing Healthy Minds and Bodies


The aim of this pillar is to highlight the importance of SLEEP and healthy sleeping routines in our day-to-day lives. A crucial part of this pillar will be to help the students by providing them with tools to get a better quality of sleep. A good sleeping routine has been proven to have a positive impact on one’s overall well-being.


It’s wonderful to acknowledge and thank Ana Sofia and the other advocates for their efforts in creating these videos for this first pillar.