Italian Schools Online
The Rome International Schools Association Directory
"The RISA Directory is published biennially by the Rome International Schools RISA Association as a service to families seeking suitable schools for their children in Rome."
Ambrit International School, Rome
"Ambrit International School was founded to provide an international education based on American and British approaches and techniques. The school’s structure, programmes of study and activities foster the development of the whole child with opportunities for cognitive, aesthetic, physical and emotional growth."
The American International School of Florence, Florence
"The American International School of Florence (AISF) is one of the oldest American schools in Europe. It was founded in 1952 in Rome as a school for children from many different cultures. In 1963 the school moved to Florence to meet the demand for an English language-based school in Tuscany. In 1980 it moved to its present site, Villa le Tavernule about 8 miles from the center of Florence."
The American Overseas School of Rome, Rome
"Four hundred fifty students from forty nations are enrolled in the school (Pre-K to Grade13). Since 1947, AOSR has been providing quality education and long lasting relationships for its students, faculty, and parents."
The American School of Milan, Milan
"The American School of Milan offers a superior educational experience to an international student body representing more than 35 countries throughout the world. Our small class size and low student-teacher ratio encourage children to discover and develop their intellectual potential and achieve personal excellence."
Castelli Intemational School, Rome
"Castelli Intemational School is a bìlingual, co-educational day school catering to children from Grades 1 through 8. Founded in 1977, it is beautifully situated on a hilltop overlooking Rome, surrounded by vineyards and olive groves. Its primary objective is to provide a rich academic and linguistic environment for international families living in the south of Rome or Castelli areas."
CCI the Renaissance School, Lanciano
"CCI the Renaissance School, which at its founding was Canada's first high school in Italy, has become a unique source of highest-quality English-language education, preparing students for university entrance in the U.S.A., U.K., Canada and Europe."
International School of Milan, Milan
"Founded in 1958, ISM has developed an international curriculum based on the British school system and is now working towards implementation of PYP and MYP."
The International School of Turin, Turin
"The International School of Turin is an independent, co-educational day school which offers an integrated English language and Italian programme from nursery-grade 12 for students of all nationalities."
Marymount International School, Rome
"Marymount International School is a private Catholic co-educational day school from Early Childhood (age 3) through grade 12 with a curriculum based on the American system of education and the International Baccalaureate program."
The New School, Rome
"The New School was founded in 1972 by a group of parents and teachers who wanted to create an educational environment in which high academic achievement was combined with a close teacher-pupil relationship. The New School remains "new" in its commitment to an on-going process of change and renewal, as pupils come and go and as educational techniques develop."
Saint Francis International School, Rome
"The educational program offered is "whole child" centered, so that as well as high academic expectations, emphasis is also placed on the arts."
Southlands English School in Rome, Rome
"Southlands English School is a long established private indipendent day school for boys and girls. It is one of the leading British Schools in Rome."
Swiss School, Rome
Private School with all levels up to high school (Liceo). Main languages are German and Italian.
United World College of the Adriatic, Duino
"The United World College of the Adriatic is sited in Duino, a village on the north eastern shore of the Adriatic, about 20 kilometres from Trieste. There are ten such Colleges across the world. The only one in Italy and the first to be opened outside the Anglo-Saxon world is the College of the Adriatic."