Marymount International School of Rome

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Marymount International School Rome
Rome, Italy
Type Private School, International School
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1946
Staff 100+
Grades Pre-K3 - 12
Enrollment 650
Average class size 15 students
Mascot Royals

Marymount International School Rome (also referred to simply as "Marymount" or "MMI") is a private Catholic co-educational school catering to students from Early Childhood (age 3) to Grade 12 located in Via di Villa Lauchli, 180, Rome, Italy.[1] It operates on the American school system, offering an American Curriculum, but also offering the International Baccalaureate diploma program [1] for its Grade 11 and Grade 12 students, as well as the Italian Esami di Stato (state exams) for the Terza Media (8th grade).[citation needed]

It is considered one of the best international schools in Italy. Many students later attend top world-class universities such as Bocconi University, University of Rome I "La Sapienza", New York University.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "About the School". Marymount International School Rome. Retrieved 13 June 2013.