Our Extracurricular Activities

Leading a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle has been a longstanding tradition at Institut Montana Zugerberg.   

Our extracurricular activities facilitate your team-building skills, as well as teach you confidence, responsibility and time management. They enable you to create a balance between your academic studies and promote a healthy lifestyle. You will discover your strengths, pick up a new hobby, learn people skills, develop your self-esteem, and of course, have fun.

Some of our activities include: 

Entrepreneurship Programme

Our economic education programme, “Entrepreneurship,” will give you practical insights into the entrepreneurial mindset. Patrick Suter, our economics and law teacher, will teach you with the help of start-up case studies and speeches directly from entrepreneurs so that you can brainstorm your start-up idea and create a business plan with your group. 

Sports & Outdoor Activities

Depending on the season, our activities team offer a variety of sports for you to choose from. In the winter, for instance, you will be taken on ski and snowboarding trips in locations such as Hasliberg, Laax and St.Moritz. In warmer seasons, you and your friends can be found mountain biking, rock climbing, swimming in the lake, taking part in survival expeditions or hiking. We also take part in a variety of interschool competitions in a team and individual sports, such as football tournaments and gymnastics. Of course, our facilities also allow you to go ice skating or play a game of basketball with friends.

Arts & Culture

Arts and cultural activities often take centre stage at our school. You can perform at our school theatre "DraMONTANActing" and school choir and take individual lessons in dance, digital photography, a variety of instruments and singing. We also visit museums, concerts and ballet performances in nearby Zug, Zurich and Lucerne for a real cultural experience. 

Community Service

We encourage students to take part in our community service programme and we have plenty to offer both on- and off-campus. If you’re in the IB Diploma Programme at our international school, you will be required to commit yourself to a project as part of your CAS requirement and have a CAS Coordinator who will support you in finding a meaningful experience.  

Please contact us for more information about our activities: admissions@montana-zug.ch 

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