All members of the governing council act on a volunteer basis, and put in countless hours to ensure that NJC remains remains a school among the best, and most unique, in the world.
Neuchâtel Junior College is a Swiss non-profit foundation of the Ville de Neuchâtel. As such, the College is governed by a Swiss Board of Governors (Le Conseil de Fondation) that works in close collaboration with a Canadian Advisory Committee (Le Comité Canadien). The members of the Conseil are residents of the Neuchâtel area and work in education and business. The Comité Canadien members are alumni of NJC and/or parents of recent students. Together they are responsible for the selection of the Head of School, the financial operation of the College, and the strategic direction of NJC’s programs.

Swiss Board of Governors

List of 8 items.

  • Bryn McCrossan-Maire

  • Camille Roney

  • Daniel Hirschi-Duckert

  • Marc Gaudreault

  • Mike Gosselin

  • Kelley McKinnon

    Président Comité Canadien, Membre
  • Andrew Keleher

  • Sandra Gauchat


Canadian Advisory Committee

List of 11 items.

  • Chair: Kelley McKinnon (Past Parent: '18 & '19)

  • Lindsay Brand (NJC '05)

  • Barry Gordon (Past Parent: '19, '21)

  • Michael Hobart (Past Parent: '15)

  • Cathy Loblaw (Past Parent: '22)

  • Jessica Mall (NJC '07)

  • Bryn McCrossan-Maire (NJC ’92)

  • Bryan McKenzie (NJC '91)

  • Sarah Morgenstern (NJC '85)

  • Katie Reese (NJC '08)

  • Catherine Turner (Current Parent: '24, Past Parent: '18, '21)

Neuchâtel Junior College offers the unique opportunity to study Canadian curriculum abroad. While living in Switzerland in a French community, students enjoy an international education through travel and experiential learning in Europe. Gap year and Grade 12  high school students gain international experience and develop independence and life skills that prepare them for university and the global workplace.

A Canadian high school in Switzerland | Grade 12 & Gap