What We Offer

Since 1988, Rome International School has been offering a rewarding international education to students between the ages of 2 to 18, representing over 45 different nationalities. The school’s educational vision is aligned with the ethos of the International Baccalaureate (IB) that puts students at the centre of the learning process. Rome International School is a Cambridge International School and is the only school in Rome authorised to offer two IB programmes: the Primary Years Programme for ages 3 to 11 and the Diploma Programme for ages 16 to 18. With more than 500 students of mixed gender representing over 40 nationalities, our School is a fine example of a global community.


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Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a nurturing environment in which children of all nationalities and faiths can explore and respect their own and each other’s cultural and religious heritage.

We aspire to equip our students with the skills needed to become life-long learners, so that every child is able to realise their unique gifts and achieve their full potential. As educators, we aim to guide our children in the process of ‘learning to learn’, facilitating their development into inquisitive, active and open-minded students, capable of working independently and in a spirit of harmony and co-operation alongside others. We believe that such an education is needed to meet the challenges of the future and will produce individuals who are self-confident, resourceful and enterprising.

Vision

Our Vision is to be an integrated and caring community in which teachers, parents and management cooperate to develop in our students attributes of international mindedness, a spirit of enterprise and the joy of life-long learning by offering a first class educational programme.