Rome International School
This school opened its doors to its first Elementary School students in September 1988. They offer an international education to children aged 2 to 18.
The Middle School opened in September 2001 and the High School in 2007. The school recently relocated to a new and modern purpose built campus set amongst a natural park of over 3.5 hectares. The new campus features a 230-seat auditorium, two gyms, a cross-country running track, large external sports grounds, ample recreational and study areas and much more.
In the past, this school has followed the British National Curriculum throughout the school with adaptations to incorporate an international perspective. They have now chosen to link to what they believe is the most prestigious of all educational systems, the International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), with the introduction of the Primary Years Programme in the Elementary School and the IB Diploma Programme in the final two years of High School. Successful completion of the IB Diploma provides an internationally accepted qualification for university entrance, for students attending international schools.
Current enrolment, across all departments, stands at over 500 and this number is expected to rise over the next years.