St. Louis School is delighted to announce the opening of its third school in Milan.
The new site opening in September 2017 at Via Marcantonio Colonna, will house St. Louis School’s International Day and Boarding School. Providing high quality education for students from the ages of 4-16, the new site allows the St. Louis community to continue to grow and thrive, whilst introducing a new aspect to St. Louis’ educational offering, by providing outstanding boarding facilities for both full-time and weekly boarders between the ages of 14-18 years old. If you are interested in finding out more about St. Louis School, come for a visit we would be delighted to meet you.
Our new campus at Via Marcantonio Colonna will offer up to 40 boarding places for boys and girls aged 14-18. Weekly and full-time boarding options are available, with purpose-built accommodation segregated by gender.
Boarders aged 14-16 will attend our Day School at the M. Colonna campus whilst for our older boarders (16-18), students will spend their days completing their International Baccalaureate (IB Diploma) at our Via Pantano Campus, the top performing IB World School in Continental Europe. As a highly respected qualification, the IB Diploma equips our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in their next educational steps at prestigious universities and colleges around the world.
During the evening all boarders will return to the boarding house and will be expected to engage in a structured academic and recreational evening programme designed to strengthen their academic performance, build strong social skills and encourage full participation in boarding school life. Weekly boarders stay with us from Monday morning to Friday afternoon, while full boarders will have sports, activities and optional trips and excursions to fill their weekends.
Enrollments for our new Day and Boarding School campus are open now. To learn more about why St. Louis School offers your child the best preparation for life beyond the classroom, get in touch with us today.
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