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Marymount International School Rome

Marymount International School Rome

Via di Villa Lauchli, 180, 00191 Rome, Italy

+39 06 3629 1012


admissions@marymountrome.com

www.marymountrome.com

Marymount International School Rome
School type Co-educational Day Preparatory & Senior, Nursery & Sixth Form
Founded 1946
Head of School Ms. Sarah Gallagher
Date Appointed 2016
Co-ed Age Range 2-18 years
Number of pupils 900
Curriculum IBDP, AP
Language of Instruction English
Average Class Size 16
Teacher/Pupil ratio 1:6
Associations CIS, IBO, NEASC, MAIS, RISA, RSHM Global Network

One of Italy's top schools, Marymount International School Rome offers its students a long tradition of academic excellence. Over 70 nationalities and around 20 faiths contribute to its vibrant community life, and the School has championed social justice and intercultural understanding throughout its 75 year history in the footsteps of its founders, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary.

An English-language program of studies from Early Childhood through Grade 12 (ages 2-18) prepares Marymount graduates for many of the world's best universities and colleges. Marymount's International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is complemented by an American High School Diploma and Advanced Placement courses.

The curriculum, regularly revised and updated to capture emerging technologies and global concerns, is fresh and meaningful. It features a wide array of languages including Ancient Greek, Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Latin and Spanish, in keeping with Marymount's deep commitment to an international education. With over 50 electives in High School, students have every opportunity to deepen their interests and expand their horizons.

Students are encouraged to think for themselves, and are equipped to do so from the Elementary School, where they develop logical argument, rhetorical skills and philosophical vocabulary to ensure that their engagement is supported by building solid critical foundations.

Students have access to a wide variety of bespoke individual and group academic, athletic and artistic enrichment plans such as grade-level clusters, JuniOrchestra, and Model United Nations, in addition to a well-rounded extracurricular activity program and a plethora of trips at home and abroad.

Marymount's 40-acre campus features multiple outdoor spaces which include a regulation-size soccer field, multi-purpose sports fields, tennis and basketball courts. The Forest School offers a unique learning environment that encourages curiosity, observation, and exploration from Early Childhood all the way through Grade 12.