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From its founding in 1956 to her passing in 2009, M. Crist Fleming cited TASIS as the fulfillment of her dreams and encouraged students to follow their own—to dream big enough and bold enough to lead a life of consequence and make the world "a better place in small and large ways for all the humans who inhabit it."
TASIS is known for attracting educators who are adventurous, driven, and enthusiastic, and more than 70 percent of our faculty hold advanced degrees. We are proud to employ gifted, passionate teachers who encourage intellectual curiosity and demand the most from their students.
Our many talented artists are inspired by a majestic natural setting and enjoy access to a robust Fine Arts curriculum that includes more than 20 High School classes in Visual Arts, Music, and Drama, ranging from introductory courses in Photography to IB and AP offerings in Theatre, Architecture, and Drawing & Painting.
Our student body represents more than 60 nations and speaks more than 30 languages. The TASIS experience unlocks the unique potential of every student and produces what M. Crist Fleming called "international human beings—men and women who are capable of moving easily in any society and any civilization on the face of the earth."
We place a great deal of emphasis on teaching physical fitness and healthy lifestyles, offering a variety of adventure trips and varsity and recreational sports. Students leave TASIS with a heightened appreciation for the outdoors and an understanding of what it takes to succeed in challenging environments.
The Global Peace Index has identified Switzerland as one of just 11 nations in the world with a "very high" state of peace. As global levels of peace continue to deteriorate, it is our hope that TASIS will forever serve as a sanctuary for students from all over the world.
As we celebrate Founder's Day this September, we review the impressive list of schools that have been part of the TASIS portfolio through the years and offer a fresh look at M. Crist Fleming's incredible legacy.
As we prepare for our 60th Anniversary Celebration this summer, we take a look back at a wonderful letter M. Crist Fleming wrote when TASIS turned 20 in 1976.
In this episode of TASIS Stories, we tap into the collective wisdom of Mark Aeschliman, Howard Stickley, and Bill Eichner—who have combined for more than 110 years of experience at TASIS—to learn how the School has evolved over the past four decades.
As we celebrate 60 years of TASIS history, we take a look back at the incredible story of how the most iconic building on campus, Villa de Nobili, served as a hive of anti-Nazi and anti-Fascist activity throughout World War II.
We take an entertaining look at the incredible life of international education pioneer M. Crist Fleming, who was born in Boston on September 10, 1910, and founded TASIS in 1956. The School will hold a special Founder's Day Assembly on the afternoon of September 13.
See how the TASIS campus has changed over the last six decades with this collection of images showing various buildings around our beautiful campus. The interactive slides allow you to compare an overlay of the current view with the photograph from our archives.
TASIS held a special Founder's Day Assembly on the afternoon of September 12 to commemorate the incredible life of M. Crist Fleming, who overcame many obstacles to found the School in 1956 and nurture it to greatness.
More than 300 TASIS alumni and friends returned to Montagnola in August 2016 to celebrate the School's 60th Anniversary. The amazing weekend was capped by two special performances of Todd Fletcher's original musical, MCF: What a Life!