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If you want to find a gathering of the worlds elite theres no better place to look than the village of Rolle Switzerland Drive along the coast of Lake Geneva turn south among the picturesque vineyards and farms and you will come to a discreet driveway nestled among the chestnut trees It leads to an old chteau surrounded by a cluster of newer buildings Here you will find an illustrious gathering The names speak of the great private fortunes from around the world Persian Gulf oil money Greek shipping lords Italian textile billionaires Spanish banking families American tobacco magnates Japanese industrial tycoons Hong Kong real estate moguls No this is not a business conference like the World Economic Forum at Davos The people gathered in this corner of Switzerland are children And the institution is a boarding school called Institut Le Rosey The Guinness Book of World Records doesnt list the worlds most expensive boarding schools but Le Rosey is certainly a contender--it costs a cool 40000 a year to send your child there And it is still the most intense concentration of the global elite If you think a top-notch American or British boarding school would be too rough on your kid or if you seek a more international education Le Rosey is the place The school contains just 330 boys and girls aged 7 to 18 from 50 countries The instruction is either in English with French on the side or in French with English on the side Among the well-known Swiss boarding schools Aiglon Brillamont Collge du Lman Zuoz Le Rosey is considered one of the more serious institutions But make no mistake This is not Eton or Exeter Here the kids are coddled They learn manners all pupils have to stand up when an adult enters the room but not a lot of Greek and Latin There are 150 teachers and
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