This year, the largest number of IB students graduated since Rome International School was accredited as an IB Diploma School in 2009.
World class teaching preparing students for the world of tomorrow.
100% pass rate in the IB Diploma with scores well above the global average.
Supportive community representing 50 nationalities.
Internationally relevant Middle Years curriculum leading to the Cambridge IGCSE.
Nurturing, caring and stimulating environment and the IB Primary Years Programme from Age 3Read More
The IB Primary Years Programme prepares Elementary students for the next step in their educational journey
Internationally relevant Middle School curriculum leading to the Cambridge IGCSE
Cambridge IGCSE in the first two years providing excellent preparation for the internationally acclaimed IB Diploma ProgrammeRead More
Earlier this week, Grade 8 students spent three days in one of the most beautiful regions in the world, Tuscany! On the first and third day, students visited Florence where they were guided around some of the many marvels of Renaissance architecture.
Have you ever been to the centre of Rome? If you haven't, you must go and visit it, It's fantastic! There are so many beautiful historic sites which were built centuries ago. They decorate the city and also take us back to the year of their construction.
In an interview with Italian Insider, Mr. Allard, Principal of the Middle and High School reveals how RIS is nurturing global citizens for changing times.
This award is one of the many financial incentives that the school gives annually to recognise merit and has been awarded to students who most exemplify IB Learner Profile attributes.
The list of after-school activities for 2017/18 is now available. There is a choice of more than 50 sporting, educational, recreational and music activities on offer for all ages including adults.
ASD RIS' enhanced private music programme is accredited by the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM). For the first time, students involved in this music programme sat the ABRSM exams for piano and violin, at the end of May.
On Monday 5 June the Eco Council ran World Environment Day. We started the day by doing our own Mannequin Challenge with the gracious support of Grade 1 and their very own plants.
On Tuesday 30 May, Grade 13 students together with their families and friends celebrated the end of their High School journey. The Class of 2017 marks the seventh IB cohort that has completed the High School programme at RIS.
Ms. Orellana's Grade 9 & 10 Spanish students visited the Fernando Botero exhibition currently underway at the Complesso del Vittoriano - Ala Brasini. Ms. Orellana's students share their experiences with us in Spanish!
On Thursday 18 May, Grades 6 to 10 took part in a stimulating and engaging presentation of Giovanni Floris' book "Quella Notte Sono Io". Interviewed by the journalist Gabriella Facondo, Mr. Floris engaged and interacted with students by asking them questions and getting them to reflect on what it means to conform, to be part of a group, to feel different. Some students who had prepared questions joined Mrs. Facondo and Mr. Floris on stage.
Grade 3 visited "La Tuscia Romana" this year for the residential trip. We had a fun-packed three days discovering the area around Lake Bolsena. We visited the National Park of Vulci and saw some ruins from the ancient Etruscans and learnt how to weave just like they did.
The Associazione Sportiva Dilettantistica Rome International School's Scholarship Committee is proud of the large number of scholarship applications received from students across the school this year.
The students preliminary work demonstrates exploration of ideas using different paint and/or print processes influenced by the artists they have studied to guide their visual language explorations.
There's no substitute for direct, person-to-person learning, as Grade 6 found out on Friday morning. Mr. Giordanetti, Creative Director of Swatch held a special lesson for both Grade 6 classes, supporting students' learning from their previous unit on visual art.