In The News

Julia O. O., an AOSR IB student, reflects upon her recent field trip to see The Tempest by William Shakespeare at The Globe theatre in Villa Borghese in Rome.

High school students had the opportunity to meet with admissions counselors from several accredited universities and colleges from the United States. A big thank you to the US Embassy in Rome for helping to coordinate this event.

Yesterday's music concert marked the official start of the After School Activities Session I for this academic year. Online registration is open for all After School Activities.

Upcoming Events
  • SIGN-UP HERE! We'll need to prepare/organize space and placement. Set up will be from 2:30-3:30pm.

A great opportunity for high school students and their parents to meet with admissions representatives of CIS member Colleges and Universities from all over the world.

High School Library

Parent Coffee with Ms. Panetha Theodosia Nychis Ott, Director of Admission, International Recruitment.

Ms. Jessica Samet's Office

Informative session with Beatrice Ugolini, International Admissions Counselor and AOSR Class of 2016.

Ms. Jessica Samet's Office

Informative session with Jeremy Weynands, Chargé de mission/Academic Manager.

AOSR At A Glance

600 students from 49 countries

18 AP Courses are Offered

220 in High School

84 teachers from 15 countries

68% Native English Speakers

57% from the USA / 20% from Italy / 23% from other countries

80% Hold Advanced Degrees

Our Mission

The American Overseas School of Rome prepares tomorrow’s global leaders to meet the challenges of our changing world with courage and integrity.

Recent College Acceptances

AOSR graduates are accepted at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the United States, Italy and around the world.
Recent schools include the following:

Daniella Gates, Former Secondary English Teacher

As an international school teacher, having taught in many different environments, I can say confidently that AOSR is the closest-knit school community I have been a part of... It is a place where learning about each other's perspectives, backgrounds, and cultures is just as important as....

Josh Nash, AOSR Parent

"We are an American military family. Our children are military children so at first moving to Rome and going to AOSR was just another move for them. But having been accepted into the amazing American international community here has changed our minds about this being "just another place".

Brian Sheehan, Former Secondary School English Teacher

“Working at AOSR was a life changing experience. It was a wonderful job in a magical city. I made so many friends and met the most incredible students and colleagues. I know my path will always lead me back to AOSR. It is like the coins that I tossed in the Fontana di Trevi securing a bond that will never be broken.”

Carmen Fuccillo, AOSR Class of '10

“AOSR is an amazing school. I had the most wonderful four years of high school that I could have ever imagined. I made life long friends that I still keep in touch with today. AOSR opened so many doors for me and gave me an international experience that I will treasure forever. "

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