Vision, Mission and Values
To be the best International School in Europe where all learners discover their passion and purpose, developing the character, skills and confidence to make a difference in the world.
To ensure that all learners become the best version of themselves, in an environment of collaboration, respect and kindness. We focus on the inspirational teaching and holistic development of highly committed, aspirational and resilient learners. Everyone contributes to our happy and welcoming school community where strong relationships and cooperation lead to exceptional learning.
Our Founding Values
|We are an internationally diverse community where differences are respected and celebrated.
|We are a welcoming community where all pupils, alumni, staff and parents are encouraged to thrive, feel safe and belong.
|We are a hugely ambitious community where all learners are challenged to strive for excellence in all that they do.
Open-minded & Open-hearted
The History Of Our School
St George's was founded in 1958 and was originally named the English School and began with a focus on educating children from British families living in Rome though the student body quickly grew to become very international with many families working for the United Nations sending their children to the school. In 1960 the school moved to the current campus at La Storta and changed its name to St George's which was named after the mural of St George and the Dragon located at the schools original building in Via Salaria.
The school continues to offer a British education in an international model as the key aim of the school is to welcome pupils from around the world when families move and with the high number of British International Schools worldwide this allows for seamless transition into and out of St George's when families move to Rome and beyond. This aim of welcoming international families into the highest quality learning environment meets our founding values of Internationalism, Inclusivity and Excellence.