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Together We Laugh, Celebrate and Challenge Each Other

We are convinced that the place where students learn has a decisive influence on how they learn. We therefore place great importance on an open school space that provides a welcoming atmosphere to students, staff, parents and guests alike, thus creating a pleasant overall environment. We cultivate multiple signature school events and regularly participate in activities that involve all SIS schools around the globe.

Learning Spaces

The spacious classrooms and special-purpose rooms on the modern SIS campus are equipped with advanced teaching technology. The media library, specialist rooms for music and art, the science laboratory and the indoor sports hall also contribute to the ideal environment. A large break area is available for children to spend their time outside of school hours. Recreational areas are located in the immediate vicinity.

  • art studio
  • library
  • science lab
  • music room
  • indoor sports hall
  • media centre
  • cafeteria
  • large break area
Students play floorball in the school indoor sports hall.
Children are playing in the large playground. Two girls are in focus and are sitting on the ground talking to each other.
Coloured books are on the bookshelf in the library.
Small children play in the sheltered playground.
The music room displays various instruments.
The school cafeteria is prepared for lunch. Dishes and cups are nicely arranged on the tables.
Primary school children are sitting in class and the teacher is standing in front at the smartboard. One girl holds up her hand.
Older students sit in the lab and the teacher explains something at the front.
A large group of students and teachers stand close together and laugh into the camera.
A little boy is dressed as Willhelm Tell and represents Switzerland. In the background you can see many Swiss flags.
Children stand in a row behind each other holding lanterns.

Our School Traditions and Signature Events

We aim to foster a sense of community in a variety of ways: school assemblies, projects involving different class groups, sports days and the celebration of local and international holidays and traditions.


Annual school traditions at SIS Pfäffikon-Schwyz are:

  • Book Fair Day
  • Picnic Summer Party
  • Autumn hike
  • Secondary group hikes
  • International Day Festival
  • Halloween
  • Räbeliechtli parade
  • Santa Claus
  • Christmas party

SIS International Activities

For our students, we organise numerous activities that promote international exchange. In particular, the SIS Cup and the annual Intercountry Activity provide a shared experience and a glimpse beyond the boundaries of a school.


During the SIS Cup, which spans two days, the focus is on sports, fairness, and fun. Teams from all SIS schools compete against each other in individual and team disciplines, while everyone cheers, plays, sweats, and laughs.


In addition to sports, we also connect our learners through the annual Intercountry Activity. In previous years, we have organised international math days, a gift exchange, a storytelling exchange, a photo campaign, and an IT activity using Ozobots.


Furthermore, we recognise the three best written theses by SIS graduates with the SIS Best Essay Award. These written works are produced as part of the final examination for national university entrance qualifications or the International Baccalaureate (IB) diploma.


We will continue to develop exciting formats. Join us and be a part of it!

The SIS Cup floorball tournament takes place in a big school gym. The national flags of Germany, Brazil and Switzerland hang from the ceiling.

SIS Cup: sport, games and a lot of fun

Two boys fighting for the ball in floorball in a gym.

Team sports and individual competitions make for a good mix.

A girl photographs the viewer with a large camera. Her face is covered by the camera.

Photobook Activity: all photos were taken on 2 April 2019.

A girl and a boy concentrate on solving maths problems in front of a computer during SIS Maths Day.

Speed and logical thinking are in demand on Maths Day.

A group of pupils curiously bend over an opened parcel as part of the parcel swap activity.

Parcel Swap 2021: 96 SIS classes took part.

Extracurricular Activities

For a Varied School Day

Extracurricular Activities

For a Varied School Day

As a school, we are committed to doing everything we can to support children as they grow up and to provide a valuable complement to their family life. This includes offers such as lunch, homework supervision, before- and after-school care, flexible drop-off and pickup times, and exciting activities, even during school holidays.  


Learn more about our extracurricular activities

Two girls are drawing something on the floor outside.

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