Students in Grades 6-8 follow a Middle School program of required courses in Art, Computer Studies, Drama, English, Modern Language, Mathematics, Music, Physical Education, Religious Studies, Science, Social Studies, and Health. Students are registered for four classes per day and a lunch period. All classes meet three times over six days, with the exception of Religion, Art, Music, Health, Physical Education, Computers and FabLab.
An English Language Learners ELL program is available to Middle School students whose first language is not English to help them become competent English-speakers and allow them to participate in content subject areas. Additionally, Marymount provides support and a variety of resources for students who may benefit from Enrichment opportunities or need Learning Support.
Marymount also offers classes for students who wish to take the Italian Media exams. Students who elect to enroll in the Italian Media classes will have adjustments made to their curricular requirements in order to schedule all of the required courses.
In Middle School all students take "Italian for All" in addition to a Modern Language choice: Spanish, French, German, Arabic or Mandarin and Latin as an elective.
New to Marymount International School Rome or moving up to Grade 6? Please read here for the Secondary School's computer requirements.
Ms. Viviane Mingazzini
Secondary School Principal
Mr. Joseph Herman
Middle School Assistant Principal Academic
Ms. Olive Foley
Middle School Assistant Principal Pastoral
Our Middle School Pastoral Care program gives our students the opportunity of receiving daily guidance from their pastoral advisor.
Marymount's Middle School Sports Program, in partnership with CONI (Italian National Olympic Committee) provides students with a valuable opportunity to learn specific skill sets and bond with their classmates.
MUN for Middle School Students is an extracurricular activity in which students simulate the actual United Nations Committees, building leadership and diplomatic skills and becoming more aware global citizens.