St George's City Centre Junior School is situated in Via di Santa Maria Mediatrice, close to the Vatican in the south-west of central Rome.
This location is new, with relocation from the old Nomentana site completed in September 2017, in order to allow for increased space and state of the art facilities.
The 1500 square metre building houses brand-new classrooms, its own library and playgrounds, and pupils make use of two football pitches, an impressive indoor gymnasium, a 400-seater auditorium and a 25m swimming pool.
Approximately 180 of the 860 pupils currently enrolled at St George's are based at the City Centre site, ranging from Red Dragons up to Year 6.
Read more about the Junior School located in the City Centre.
The La Storta site, home of St George's since the 1960s, has spacious grounds on the ancient Via Cassia, with magnificent views over the Veio Regional Park to the Abruzzo mountains.
The main building of the school comprises six floors. The lower floors are occupied by the Junior School, which has its own separate and well-equipped playground.
The Senior School, housed within the upper four floors of the main building, contains ICT and computer rooms, a drama studio, the main library, seven science laboratories, art and design studios and the Sixth Form lounge.
All pupils benefit from access to the 4G multi-purpose sports pitches, which truly offer something for everyone, encompassing a full size football and rugby pitch, a four-lane athletics running track and accompanying long-jump pit.