Based on the teaching of Pestalozzi, “Learning with the head, the heart and the hands”, the Colégio Suíço Brasileiro has been working for 31 years for a quality education, seeking to work with all dimensions of human development. , whether cognitive or psychological, contemplating the formation of values, autonomous, responsible, creative and aware of their importance as an active being in society.
In the school routine, we can see several manifestations of our students, which express the result of this work. Through small or large attitudes, such as confidence in defending their opinions, when participating in group decision-making, in presenting their work with creativity and confidence in what they are doing, in overcoming a challenge, a difficulty or in the incessant search for new knowledge. Each one is seen in its individuality and in its conviviality with the whole.
But what about when this journey inside the Brazilian Swiss College comes to an end? Some attend universities right here in Brazil, others crave new air and through the IB certification, will study at universities outside the country, others already want to experience the job market and experience new challenges.
So where are our alumni? Special people who are part of our history and today, build their own stories.
I studied in the Swiss School from 1992 to 2006. After finishing high school I studied Production Engineering at PUC PR and Economies at FAE.
I graduated in December 2005, and I studied in the Swiss School Curitiba from 2003 to 2005(High School). In 2005, last IB year, in addition to the International Diploma I was accepted at UFPR and UTFPR to study Mechanical Engineering. I started the engineering course at UTFPR in the first semester of 2006.
I graduated from the Swiss School Curitiba in 2003 and I had started my education there in 1987 (I started when I was two years old and finished school when I was eighteen). After that I started studying at PUCPR – Business Management, and currently I work as PMO – Project Management Office – at Eletrolux.
I studied in the Swiss School Curitiba from 2009 to 2012, in High School. I wish I could have studied there since I was a little kid.
I studied in the Swiss School from 1997 to 2009, and now I’m on the second year of Business Management at FAE.
I studied from first grade to high school in the Swiss School; a total of eleven years. I graduated from high school in 2003.
I studied in the Swiss School Curitiba from 1996 to 2009 and I have the IB Diploma. I’m currently studying Business Management at PUCPR – I’m in the second period.
I started studying in the Swiss School in 1997, when I was only four years old, and I graduated from it in 2009.
Since I was little I was taught the importance of learning different languages and through the Swiss School I had contact with many cultures.
I completed my studies at Swiss School Curitiba in 2009. After that I worked for a year as an administrative staff in the school and that helped me choose the administration area for the future.
After graduating in 2007, I took the Studienkolleg in Munich (one-year preparatory course to German Universities) and I was accepted in the Technische Universität München.
I studied at the Swiss School Curitiba from 1994 to 2002 and I only have good experiences and great memories from that time.
I started studying in the school in 1996, when I was in the third grade and I graduated in 2004. After that I lived for a year in Hungary and when I returned I moved to São Paulo, where I studied International Relations at USP.