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Press release


18 November 2015

Inspired, a leading operator of premium schools in Europe and Africa, is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement for St George’s International School, Switzerland to join its network of schools.

St George’s International School, Switzerland ("St George") founded in 1927 is a leading day and boarding school overlooking Lac Leman, located between Vevey and Montreux, in Switzerland. St George provides an outstanding education (IGCSE and IB) to 450 local and expatriate students between the ages of three and 19 years old.

Professor Francis Kahn, owner of St George, stated, “We are excited to join the Inspired community of schools that will provide multiple opportunities for growth for St George’s teachers and students.” Nadim M Nsouli, Founder & Chairman of Inspired, commented, "We look forward to welcoming the students, parents and staff of St George into our family of schools. We believe this represents an exciting development for both Inspired and St George and look forward to working with the schools' leadership team to build upon the schools' impressive history of providing families in Switzerland and across the world with world class international education."

Inspired ( is a leading premium schools organization in Europe and Africa. Inspired’s President, Graeme Crawford, is a renowned educator who has started over 14 schools in the past 20 years. Inspired’s expansion is backed by Educas (, an education investment firm founded by Nadim M Nsouli. The addition of St George will expand the group's global network to a total of 13 international schools, providing an outstanding education to over 10,000 students internationally. As part of Inspired’s family of international schools, students and staff at St George will benefit from the support of world-leading educational experts and access to state of the art learning platforms.

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