International High School in Rome
My favourite part about Marymount is how multicultural and diverse it is; having access to so many cultures is a blessing.
Beatrice, Grade 10
In Marymount's High School, Grades 9 through 12 students follow an American international program of studies that prepares them to meet the requirements of Marymount’s American High School Diploma as well as those for the successful achievement of the IB Diploma Programme and Advanced Placement Certificates.
The international High School curriculum is designed around the areas of Language and Literature, Modern and Classical Languages, Mathematics, Science, Technology, Physical Education, History, Philosophy, Religious Studies (studying Catholic and other world religions), Art History, Visual and Performing Arts, and offers students at this international private high school in Rome a wide selection of elective courses from which to choose from according to their interests and passions.
Students are supported throughout their academic journey by the Principal, Academic and Pastoral Assistant Principals, College Counselor, IB and AP Coordinators, and faculty Advisors in their daily student life and in the selection of their courses according to their interests, enrichment plans and university objectives. Marymount also offers resources to students who would benefit from English Language Learning (ELL) or Learning Support.
High School Highlights
- Advanced Placement
- English Language Learners
- Global Online Academy
- International Baccalaureate Program
- Language Program
- Model United Nations
- Public Speaking
- The Arts at Marymount
- Varsity Sports Program
English Language Learners
Global Online Academy
International Baccalaureate Program
Model United Nations
The Arts at Marymount
Varsity Sports Program
High School Course Selection
Ms. Viviane Mingazzini
Secondary School Principal
Ms. Orla Ni Riordain
High School Assistant Principal Academic
Mr. Matthew Harvey
High School Assistant Principal Pastoral
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