Cambridge section

11-14 years old

1 section
Max 20 children per section
3 personalised curricula
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Intercultural section

11-14 years old

5 section
20 - 22 children per section
3 personalised curricula
12 hours of English language classes per week
from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The age of great experiences, to strengthen self-awareness and relationships with others

An educational path based on the search for more laboratory-based learning and with an approach towards interdisciplinary experiences. The aim is to encourage the development of more flexible thinking that is open to environmental stimuli, the acquisition of an awareness of identity and roots, greater awareness of changes in society and an understanding of diversity.
In addition, students are guided in the development of orientation skills to help them choose their next course of study.

The educational goals


Social and sentimental education


Acquisition of learning method


Critical analysis, creativity and innovative approach


Ability to read the world from different points of view

Cultural roots, logic and problem solving

In addition to the national ministerial curriculum, there are two hours per week of Latin language and culture, which promote a deeper understanding and knowledge of Italian cultural roots, the development and training of logic and a different approach to problem solving.

Discover bilingualism

Multilingual choice and interculturality

The knowledge and learning of Community languages is not only a linguistic and communicative vehicle but a methodology and perspective for learning about cultural diversity.

Some specific disciplines (geography, ICT, science, art, music, physical education), which are also taught in English, are an opportunity to address different teaching approaches and methodologies.

The School of Talent

Through curricular and extra-curricular activities, the middle school stimulates and fosters knowledge of one’s own uniqueness, promoting the discovery of interests, passions, curiosity and, not least, talents.

Robotics and digital logic workshops, engeenering experiences (Mouse Trap), mathematical competitions, musicals, sports experiences and voluntary activities enhance the overall educational proposal.

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Intercultural exchanges and self-reliance training

Through a programme of exchanges and international relations with other educational realities and schools, in Europe and America, from the first year of secondary school, the pupil is provoked to accept the challenge of diversity (cultural and linguistic) and autonomy as an opportunity for growth.

The experience of growth and self-knowledge

In SS1, great emphasis is placed on accompaniment in the experience of personal growth and knowledge.

The relational, affective, psychological, spiritual and emotional dimensions are preserved together with the intellectual development of the student.

Education to live these dimensions in a synthetic unicuum that is the person, leads to the definition of targeted and in-depth educational paths (responsible internet users, prevention of bullying and cyberbullying, affective-relational education, etc.).

Enrolling your child in middle school