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Rome - Education & Schools
If you have children, and education is an important element when considering your move to Rome, you will need to decide whether to send your child to a private, international, or state-run institution. Although Rome, as a whole, has a very high standard for education, schools vary in quality just as they would in your home country.
You will need to consider whether or not to send your child to a state run, international, or private institution. Language will also be a primary concern in choosing your child's school. If they have no knowledge of Italian, they will not be able to attend a school that has a curriculum primarily taught in Italian.
As with any consideration, when moving to a foreign country, the best thing to do is to travel to the country itself and research the schools. You may even choose to tour, interview staff, or even sit in on a class at some of the schools in your area. Connecting with expats that already have children enrolled in school is also a good way to learn about and screen potential schools for your child to attend.
If your child does not speak Italian, you will probably want to look primarily at international schools. International schools can be both public and private and are designed primarily for students who are not natives to the country. They will not be required to speak Italian, and will still get the high quality of education that they need. International schools will give them the opportunity to meet other children of expat families, helping them to feel more at home in their new country and surroundings.
Below is a list of some international schools in Rome.
Angloamerican International School S.R.L
Via Modena 5
00184 Roma (RM)
Phone: 06 47824891
Saint Francis and Clare International School
Via Stefano Borgia 85
00168 Roma, Roma (Lazio)
Phone: 06 35511023
Marymount International School (Age 3-12)
Via Di Villa Lauchli 180
00191 Roma (RM)
Phone: 06 3629101
Core International School SRL
Via Crati 19
00199 Roma (RM)
Phone: 06 8411137
Rome International School RIS
Viale Romania 32
00197 Roma (RM)
Phone: 06 844821
Pola SRL- Rome International School
Via Panama 25
00198 Roma (RM)
Phone: 06 85356763
Britannia International School of Rome SRL
Phone: 06 71354252
Castelli International School
Via Degli Scozzesi 13
00046 Grottaferrata (RM)
Phone: 06 94315779
Little Genius International
Via Roma 84
00046 Grottaferrata (RM)
Phone: 06 97245148
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