Rome

Rome International School is a private day school offering the best international education for students between the ages of 2 and 18. More than 500 students represent over 40 nationalities. Immersed in the natural parkland of Monte Mario in Rome, the beautiful campus is resourced to the highest level and reflects...

The New School was founded in 1972 by a group of parents and teachers who wanted to create a school where academic excellence would be combined with attention to the individual and the development of personal and social responsibility. Throughout the years the school has served the needs of the...

Kendale is a small but dynamic school which provides a safe, supportive and caring environment where a dedicated staff guides children towards the acquisition of knowledge, skills and confidence. The Preschool accepts children from 4-5 years and the Elementary School from 6-10 years. All classroom teachers are fully qualified and have...

Greenwood Garden School was founded in 1974 by Donna Seibert and Alfredo Ricci and has been in operation for more than forty years. This international preschool and kindergarten accepts children from 2-6 years. Teaching is in English by mother-tongue educators. The Greenwood Garden programme bases its philosophy on the concept that each child...

Core International School in Rome was founded in 1983 and is staffed by qualified, experienced British teachers. The school policy is to keep classes small, about 16 children in each class, so that each child receives individual attention and is encouraged to reach his or her full potential. All lessons are...

Little Genius is an alternative international pre-school which aims to provide a high quality education to children of preschool age (2 ½ to 6 years), offering children an education that emphasises and encourages critical thinking, opportunity and freedom of thought, whilst instilling and furthering English language skills in children of...

La Maisonnette was founded in 1980 by Teresa Genova. Located near the Colosseum, in Viale del Monte Oppio, it was originally a bi-lingual (Italian-French) lay school; in the 1990’s English was introduced, making it a tri-lingual school and putting it in the category of a European school. La Maisonnette has a nursery school...