Marymount International School Rome is a private, Catholic, co-educational day school that seeks to nurture students and their unique talents as a whole, beginning from Early Childhood (age 2) through grade 12. In addition to a stimulating and caring environment in which English is the language of instruction, Marymount offers students:

A values-based education modeled on an American curriculum with international standards and benchmarks.

An emphasis on respect, appreciation, and tolerance and the promotion of a life-long love of learning.

An American High School diploma, with accreditation from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and Council of International Schools.

A longstanding International Baccalaureate (IB) program, which provides students with a competitive advantage for admission to colleges and universities in the United States, Europe, and around the world.

A challenging and engaging curriculum that is carefully designed to form a continuum from Early Childhood through High School. For example, our Early Childhood students have access to a Forest School as well as their own Outdoor Classroom, playground and gym while Secondary School students have Artificial Intelligence classes as well as their own IB art studios to work in.

Access to the latest technology in and out of the classroom, including state-of-the art computer labs and a FabLab, fully-equipped libraries, and wireless technology throughout the campus.

A physical education program throughout the school with Varsity-level teams in soccer, basketball, volleyball, cross country, track and field and tennis.

Extracurricular activities, including music, drama, dance, Model United Nations, National Honor Society, private music and language lessons, and myriad after-school programs.

A student body that represents more than 70 nationalities and diverse religions.

A beautiful 40-acre campus within easy reach of Rome’s historic center and protected by 24-hour security.

A network of 19 Marymount schools that stretches throughout Europe and the Americas.