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  1. Villa St. Jean International School, originally named Collège Villa St. Jean, was a private Catholic school in Fribourg, Switzerland from 1903 to 1970. Prior to its closure it was the final remaining all-boys' boarding school in Switzerland.

  2. For the 1962-1963 school term, Villa St. Jean - Collège Français Internationale became Villa St Jean International School - an international school educating students from around the world in an American College Preparatory curriculum for boys in the Junior and Senior High School.

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  3. Escuela Internacional Villa St. Jean. La Escuela Internacional Villa St. Jean, originalmente llamada Collège Villa St. Jean, fue una escuela católica privada en Friburgo, Suiza, de 1903 a 1970. Escudo y lema de Villa St Jean, "de toute Son Âme", que significa "Con toda su alma" en francés.

  4. CLOSURE of Villa Saint-Jean International School for Boys. A number of years ago, I made the a summer trek back to Fribourg. Visiting the Villa was obviously high on my "to-do" list. I was quite surprised to find that almost all of the Villa structures that I had known during my 1963-1965 staty at the Villa had been torn down in place of newer ...

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  6. 23 de dic. de 2006 · For alumni and friends of Villa St. Jean International School in Fribourg, Switzerland Pour les anciens élèves et amis de Villa St. Jean Collège Français á Fribourg, Suisse.

  7. Villa St. Jean was a Marianist school in Fribourg, Switzerland, from 1903-1971. The Marianist creed for the school and its students was “the Whole Man.” The student body was a diverse religious mix of Catholics and Protestants, Muslims and Buddhists, consistent with its international character and mix of nationalities. A number of illustrious