St George’s British International School in Rome teaches the English curriculum & IB Diploma Program to pupils aged 3-18.
St George’s British International School in Rome was founded in 1958, and is a leading British international school with consistent strong academic achievement.
The school’s teaching is based on the English national curriculum from Nursery through to Key Stage 4, culminating the iGCSE examinations. In sixth form, students are prepared for the rigorous International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program, which is internationally recognised.
The school has a strong academic record and has taught the IBDP since the early 2000s. In the 2020-21 academic year, 100% of 71 entrants graduated with an astonishing average of 37.2 – compared to a global average of 29.9. Four candidates scored the maximum 45 points, placing them in the top performing 0.45% of IB candidates across the world. See more results here.
The school also offers extra-curricular activities such as the Duke of Edinburgh awards, and the Model United Nations, among more.
The school is made up of over 900 students from 87 nationalities.
School fees range from €11,000 to €21,900 annually. The school also has a registration fee per child of €4,000. See an overview of school fees here.
As part of the application process, pupils applying to join Year 4 or above may be invited to sit our entrance assessment. The school is otherwise non-selective.
For an overview of the Admissions procedure, click here.
The school is located in the Municipio XV di Roma, and is a 30-minute drive north from the Rome city centre.
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