Rome International School
Years of history
Highly experienced educators
Acceptance to universities of choice
A nurturing, stimulating and caring environment for ages 2 to 5.
For children aged 5-11. An inquiry-led learning framework which develops skills in real-lfe contexts.
Internationally relevant Middle Years curriculum for ages 12 to 14, leading to the Cambridge IGCSE.
Four-year experience for ages 14 to 18. Cambridge IGCSE leading to the acclaimed pre-university qualification, the IB Diploma.
Immersed in over 3 hectares of the Monte Mario natural reserve, north-west Rome
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM
From enriching after school activities to an extended outdoor learning programme.
Prioritising the wellbeing of the whole school community is about taking preventative measures, as well as supporting those in need. Our new wellbeing programme – yet to be named by students – aims to do just that and is based on the PERMAH model, a Positive Psychology approach.
Year 13 had an enriching experience visiting LUISS university this week as part of the university orientation programme, offered to all High School students at RIS.
Congratulations to our two senior IB Diploma students. in Year 13, Giulia D. and Vittoria C., who will be travelling to Stonar School, England, as part of the annual Globeducate Student Leadership Summit.
As an IB World School, RIS is lucky to have a diverse population of students from all nationalities and backgrounds.Earlier this week Ms Ana Lain, RIS Pastoral Coordinator, held an inaugural meeting with Middle and High School Form Tutors to prepare for the school year ahead.
We are delighted to announce that Ms Corina Rader has been appointed to lead RIS Rome International School from August 2023. Ms Rader brings a wealth of experience, strong academic knowledge, and expertise in school leadership internationally, including Sweden, Arizona, Washington and more recently, Frankfurt