Our Facilities

Our school and boarding facilities hold several residential and school buildings, a gym and various areas for extracurricular activities. 

Our 60-acre campus extends over the picturesque setting of Mt. Zugerberg, right above the city of Zug. School life takes place around several main buildings, all of which hold dormitories, classrooms and offices. Our grounds also include a health centre, a gym, fitness rooms, as well as various other extracurricular facilities, such as a natural grass football pitch, tennis courts, beach volleyball and basketball courts, and an ice rink in winter. You also have access to multiple common areas which allow you to socialise and have access to Wi-Fi.

Dormitory Life

You will reside in either a single or double room which is fully furnished to make you feel at home. While you are expected to keep you room tidy, our cleaning staff regularly cleans up for you and a weekly laundry service is available at an additional cost. All of our boarding houses have multiple shower stalls and bathrooms located on each floor. Each floor also has a common area so that you can and create a home away from home.

Schönfels Building - “Grosses Haus”

Opened in 1869 as the Grand Hotel Schönfels and reopened as Institut Montana Zugerberg in 1926, our Schönfels building is commonly referred to as “Grosses Haus” and is the epicentre of our school life as it holds many of our administrative offices, classrooms, and the dining hall. It is also home to our boys over the age of 15 and you can play a game of billards or table football or just study in our "Blue Room" common area.

Felsenegg Building

Our Felsenegg building was opened in 1854 as the Hotel Felsenegg and has been a part of our school since 1937. Today, the newly renovated Felsenegg building houses the girls' dormitory. Next to the beautiful Art Nouveau Auditorium, known as the Aula, it also holds our study hall, a separate fitness room, as well as classrooms and administrative offices. On the ground floor, you can find our library and media centre, as well as the art studio.

Juventus Building

Built as an annex to the Grand Hotel Schönfels, and directly connected by a covered bridge, Juventus houses our younger boys, aged 10-15. It is also home to our science laboratories and various classrooms.

Châlet Suisse

Built in Interlaken for the 1906 Milan World Fair, at which it was exhibited, the original owner of the Grand Hotel Schönfels bought and relocated the building here. Today, it serves as accommodation for our interns and guests and you can find the marketing, admissions and IT department here.

 

Admissions Coordinators

Mrs. Andrea Baev
Mrs. Heidi Hadorn

Contact
Tel.: +41 (0)41 729 11 99
Fax: +41 (0)41 729 11 78
E-Mail: admissions@montana-zug.ch

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