The Foyer, NJC’s first campus building, was acquired in 1960,
and is a central hub for the College.
Bill Boyer (Head of School) at his desk.
The front entrance of the Pavillon building.
Students enjoying a beautiful day on the terrace.
Neuchâtel’s train station is a 3-minute walk from NJC’s campus.
The NJC terrace.
Courtyard between the Foyer and the Pavillon, with a maple tree in memory
of Leonord Wilde, donated by the class of ’05.
The teacher and student relationship at NJC.
View of the Foyer from the terrace.
Meeting room inside the Foyer.
Classroom discussions during English class.
Data Managment at NJC.
Drama class in the Foyer.
Aerial view of the terrace, overlooking the town of Neuchâtel.
The town of Neuchâtel from the terrace.
View of the courtyard from the street, Crêt-Taconnet.
Students and teachers gather outside the Pavillon classroom building.
Centre d’Etudes, built in 2004.
Inside the Centre d’Etudes, an open workspace for students.
Science students in the Billes Family Science Lab.
Les Patinoires de Neuchâtel where our students play hockey and skate.
The Market Square in the heart of Neuchâtel.
Le nid de Crô where students regularly swim.
Map of Switzerland with Neuchatel on the top left side.