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Vittoria International School

Vittoria International School

Via delle Rosine 14, 10123 Turin, Italy

+39 011 889870



Vittoria International School
School type Co-educational Day
Founded 2008
Head of School Marcella Margaria Bodo
Co-ed Age Range 3-19 years
Nursery School €5,500 per annum
Cambridge Primary €6,200 per annum
Cambridge Lower Secondary €7,500 per annum
Cambridge IGCSE €9,500 per annum
IBDP €10,500 per annum
Curriculum IBDP, IGCSE
Language of Instruction English
Associations IB

Founded in 1975 as one of the first linguistic high schools in Italy, the Vittoria International School Torino offers bilingual education from elementary school through to the IB diploma. Located in the heart of Turin's city centre, the school provides a modern and innovative learning environment for students of all ages and nationalities.

From the school’s inception, we have leveraged the best of tradition and innovation both in the choice of educational pathways and teaching methods. Fully certified by the Italian Ministry of Education, the school offers bilingual Primary and Lower Secondary programs, in addition to two separate high school courses: the traditional Italian program, and an international curriculum in English. An authorized IB World School since 2008, we have offered the IBDP (grades 11–12) and a Cambridge Upper Secondary School IGCSE (grades 9–10) since 2010. In September 2018 we began welcoming students in the Primary (grades 1-5) and Lower Secondary (grades 6-8) years as well.

Our range of study pathways and programs is constantly expanding and is progressively adapted to the individual needs of our students. The final scores and completion rates of our students are consistently above the international average. We provide professional, personalized career and university guidance, and our students go on to study at world-class universities around the globe. We support our student's pursuit of excellence in extracurricular activities, and many have excelled nationally and internationally in sports and the arts.

A low student-teacher classroom ratio allows for individual attention as part of a socially and academically rich formative experience.

Our teachers are all graduates - IB and Cambridge trained. They are passionate about their subjects and dedicated to their students.

A vibrant discussion of global issues begins in our classrooms and extends into CAS projects. Students experience world issues as they play out in our local community and abroad. We also have an ongoing relationship with important international organizations located in Turin.