The Ecole d'Humanité

The Ecole d'Humanité is a nonprofit cooperative. All of our revenue flows into the development of new educational opportunities, the extension of our infrastructure, and the financial support of Ecole students whose parents cannot afford the full tuition fees.

A Board of Trustees provides the strategic leadership of the school, while the bilingual School Directors oversee its operational functioning. A motivated, multifaceted staff forms the backbone that ensures the high quality of our school.

The members of the Board of Trustees

From left to right:
Back row: Judith Keller, Frank Brückel, Peter Fritschi, Ursula Grossmann (President), Aristide Tumaini
Front row: Christopher Lüthi, Alain Richard, Philipp Hostettler
Missing: Sandra Weber

Ecole Board of Trustees - Feb 2018

Foundations

The Edith Geheeb-Cassirer Foundation (EGCF)

The primary goal of the Edith Geheeb-Cassirer Foundation is to provide scholarship support so that US students from a wide range of economic backgrounds have the opportunity to participate in international education and global dialogue at schools such as the Ecole d’Humanité.

Further Information about EGCF

Link to On-line donations to EGCF

The Foundation for the Support of the Ecole d'Humanité Cooperative (Stiftung zur Förderung der Genossenschaft Ecole d'Humanité)

The Foundation for the Support of the Ecole d'Humanité Cooperative is a Swiss foundation that supports the Ecole d’Humanité financially and with in-kind donations. It provides scholarships and supports special projects. It helps make possible the social and ethnic diversity of our student body--an important element in the school ever since its founding.

Further information about the Stiftung

Link to On-line donations to the Ecole d'Humanité

Ecole Alumni/ae

Former students stay connected with us through the Alumni/ae Association. They contribute in various forms to the further development of the Ecole and constitute an important network for us. Every five years a major Reunion takes place, to which all alumni/ae are invited. The Ecolianer, a bilingual, semiannual newsletter reporting on current life and developments at the Ecole, is sent to all alumni/ae.

More informatin about Alumni/ae