Hull’s School Zurich
Most adolescents who join Hull’s School very soon discover that they enjoy learning.
- English is very popular as a language of instruction
- The British curriculum enables them to discover their strengths and to succeed academically
- Difficult subjects frequently become less daunting when they are taught in English as teachers make linguistic allowances for students who are not native speakers of English
- The curriculum engenders independent thought and encourages team-work
- Students are introduced to different cultures and study two modern languages in addition to English
- The British curriculum enables students to succeed in Swiss universities and top universities abroad
- The teachers are English speaking
- Students receive free coaching in their weak subjects
- Students are given extensive pastoral support
- There is a wide range of exciting optional courses and extracurricular activities
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Sports and Extra-Curricular Activities
Sport is mandatory in the first year (EC1). The school is proud of its Rugby and Football clubs.
Students are encouraged to become part of the school’s community by engaging in extracurricular activities. The aim is to involve students more deeply in the school, foster mutual support and offer opportunities for students to develop their strengths and prove themselves as team-players.
The school offers about 15 clubs, including Debate, Ball Committee, School Newspaper, Drama, Art, Video production, Philosophy, Charity and many more.
The college has two buildings a stone’s throw from the Zürich Opera House and the Stadelhofen train station. and counts about 260 adolescents.