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Marymount Private School Rome

Address: Via di Villa Lauchli, 180, 00191 Roma RM, Italy
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Description Marymount Private School Rome

  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Age of students: 5+
  • Type of education: mixed
  • Type of accommodation: full-time education
  • Language learning: English.

International School invites students from all over the world to get a quality education in English. Pupils of the school can choose to study according to American educational standards or the international IB program . The school adheres to the ideas of diverse education and provides students with a modern educational and sports infrastructure.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Marymount Private School Rome

Program name
from 22 900 € / year

High school

  • Age: 16+
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Cost: € 22,900 per year.

Students in Grades 9 through 12 follow a program of studies in English, Modern Languages, Mathematics, Fine Arts, Physical Education, Science, Social Studies, and Religious Studies. Students may register for the course offerings each year to meet the yearly and graduation requirements.

Secondary School students are guided by the School's College Counselor, the International Baccalaurate (IB) Coordinator, the Advanced Placement (AP) Coordinator, and teachers from across the various departments to select courses that are appropriate to their own academic needs. Marymount also offers support and resources to students who would benefit from Enrichment opportunities or who may need English Language Learning or Learning Support.

In addition to the basic graduation requirements, every student is expected to register for elective courses. A minimum of 20 credits in Grades 9-12 is required for graduation with an American High School Diploma; however, consideration will be given to students who transfer to Marymount and may not have all the required subjects.

Language Program

High School students have a Modern Language choice: Italian, Spanish, French, German, Arabic or Mandarin, Latin and Ancient Greek as an elective

from 19 700 € / year

Middle school

  • Age: 14+
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Cost: 19700 € per year.

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.

Language Program

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.

from 11 700 € / year

Early Childhood Center

  • Age: 2-4
  • Cost: 11700 

Marymount’s Early Childhood Center (from ages 2-4) implements a child centered, play-based pedagogy that explicitly teaches international values. The curriculum content reflects the latest research on early childhood development with input from leading experts, academics, teachers and parents.

The program is divided into four Learning Strands:

  • Independence and Interdependence

This strand focuses on developing social and emotional development.  This includes the development of an international mindset .

  • Communicating 

This focuses on the development of a broad range of communication skills including language development, early literacy, early mathematics. ICT and computing, expressive arts and creativity.

  • Inquiring

This strand focuses on developing the skills of inquiry through exploring people and the world.

  • Healthy living and Physical Well-Being.

This strand focuses on developing a positive attitude to health, self- care and physical well-being.

Outdoor play and discovery learning is a fundamental part of our Early Childhood program. The Early Childhood Outdoor Classroom and garden provides our youngest students with a safe, educationally challenging learning environment which builds on their natural curiosity. The development of independence, self-confidence and social skills is made a priority.

The approach to teaching English in the early years is robust and based on recognised research into best practices in the current pedagogy in multilingual classrooms. We understand the educational value of building on the students’ mother tongue language through interlingual teaching and learning. The educators plan inquiry based play activities which are guided in English and tailored to support children as they grow towards becoming confident and enthusiastic English speakers.


Elementary school

  • Age: 5+
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Cost: from 14800 - 17800 € per year.

Marymount's Elementary School program for Kindergarten and Grades 1-5 combines core content areas, such as literacy, math, science, and social studies, with enrichment subjects like music, computer, art, library, religion, physical education, and information technology classes. In this way, the program provides our students with a well-balanced, developmentally appropriate set of experiences that promote creative thinking, support curiosity about learning, and develop global awareness.

Kindergarten is housed in the Elementary School Building and the academic program follows the Early Childhood Program with the addition of classes in Religion and Technology. Kindergarten students have access to the Elementary School's Library, Music Room and Computer Lab as well as their own Kindergarten Playground.

The language of instruction is English for all classes apart from those associated with our Italian language program. Students experience the beauty and historical significance of Rome and Italy through field trips and cultural studies at each grade level. They also celebrate the cultural diversity represented by our students and teachers during monthly assemblies and a bi-annual International Project in which children “travel” around the world to learn about different cultures and customs.

Teaching is based on the best practices found around the world and encourages inquiry and critical thinking. Teachers carefully assess each child's development on an ongoing basis and provide an instructional program that equips children with the skills, concepts, and tools needed for continued learning. A low teacher-student ratio helps to support learning, as do our collaborative (English Language Learning) ELL and Learning Support programs.

Through the use of a positive response philosophy, teachers help to foster in all students the social skills of cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy, and self-control.

Field Trips are also an integral part of the curriculum.

Language Program

In the Elementary School students take Italian as a Second Language (Grades 1- 5). The foreign language department enhances cultural exchange and promotes better understanding of Italian culture through the study of a second language. It is dedicated to the individual development of each student in the pursuit of fluency in the language. The main objective of the department is to teach students to express themselves with clarity, orally and in writing in the target language and to foster an appreciation for the diversity of cultures and their contributions.

Students also have the opportunity to take Italian as a First Language in order to prepare for the Quinta Elementare Exam. This is a five-year course (Grades 1- 5) designed to prepare students for the Italian Fifth Grade exam, the elementary school certification required to enter Italian middle school. Students will be exposed to different literary genres. The emphasis will be placed on improving oral and writing abilities. The course is designed for students whose native language is Italian and they should be able to take external exams at the end of each year. Students will study Italian (spelling and grammar) according to the ministerial curriculum for each year. The lessons for 4th and 5th Grade students in Italian Mathematics and Science are built into the after-school program.

Events Marymount Private School Rome

An international private school carefully develops programs for leisure activities and extracurricular activities - students actively participate in the life of the school, play sports and create:

  • Athletics
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Theater
  • Music
  • Painting and more.

Equipment Marymount Private School Rome

The school has a modern infrastructure:

  • Science laboratories
  • Computer classes
  • Library
  • Cafeteria
  • Sports complex

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Tuition fees, 

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Grades 1 - 2



Grades 3 - 5



Grades 6 - 8



Grades 9 - 12



Additional expenses

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Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Early Childhood and Kindergarten

1) Completed Application Form
2) Passport size photo (an electronic version is accepted)
3) Copy of Birth Certificate or Passport
4) Completed Health Record Form - please include copy of vaccination booklet or certification
5) Report cards or teacher evaluation (if applicable)
6) Non-refundable application fee


1) Completed Application Form
2) Passport size photo
3) Copy of passport or valid ID
4) Signed Request for Student’s Records Form
5) Two Recommendation Forms* (one from the Principal, and one from the Homeroom Teacher)
6) Two years of academic records
7) Any standardized test results (MAP, ERB, ISA, etc.) – if applicable
8) Completed Health Record Form - please include copy of vaccination booklet or certification
9) Non-refundable application fee


1) Completed Application Form
2) Passport size photo (an electronic version is accepted)
3) Copy of passport or valid ID
4) Signed Request for Student’s Records Form
5) Three Recommendation Forms*: (one from the Principal, one from the Mathematics teacher, and one from the English teacher)
6) Two years of academic records ** - We will require official transcripts for the student's records; however, in some cases we will accept copies for the application process. Please note that acceptance is considered conditional until the official transcript is reviewed.
7) Any standardized test results (MAP, ERB, YELLIS, ALIS, ISA, IOWA, SSAT, PSAT etc.) - if applicable
8) Completed Health Record Form - please include copy of vaccination booklet or certification
9) Non-refundable application fee 

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- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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