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After School Activities

An AOSR education means having access to a world of activities outside of the classroom, thus promoting a more versatile student lifestyle and giving each individual the chance to shine in new ways. All after school program activities are for both boys and girls. The after school program is divided into two sessions, September to January and January to May, and runs from Monday to Friday, 3:30-4:45pm. Bus services are provided.

A booklet describing the after school activity program is provided for each session. A student activities coordinator is assigned responsibility for the recruitment and selection of suitable instructors and for the scheduling of the activities. Activities offered range from sports to arts and music. View a list of activities specific to each program:

The activities in the program are intended to help students to become culturally aware and to help them foster concepts such as collaboration, cooperation, and team work. They also nurture interpersonal relationships and a feeling of community.

View the schedule of ALL After School Activities for the 2016-2017 Session II

Registration for 2016-2017 Session II

Please fill in the form below to register for an after school activity for Session II.

Please note: you need to fill out a form for each student.

If you have already registered for Session II After School Activities and would like to ADD or CANCEL days / activities, please use the form below:

Contact Information

For further information, please refer to:

After School Activities Coordinator
Ms. Beatriz Magro
Email: asa@aosr.org – Ph. +39 06.33438320

Athletic Director
Mr. Daniel Zacaroli
Email: sports@aosr.org – Ph. +39 06.33438324

Registrar
Ms. Anna Chiara Troisi
Email: registrar@aosr.org – Ph. +39 06.33438398

Billing
Ms. Francine Bruni
Email: billing@aosr.org – Ph. +39 06.33438339

Cashier
Ms. Susan Ellis
Email: cashier@aosr.org – Ph. +39 06.33438306

Clubs

Students are encouraged to become involved in clubs and organizations that meet both during the school day and outside of school in order to meet fellow students with common interests and to reach out to the local and global community.

Clubs and organizations include:

  • Environmental Club
  • National Honor Society
  • Student Council
  • Global Issues Network (GIN)
  • French, Italian and Spanish Honor Societies
  • Omnibus: the literary and art magazine
  • Gay Straight Alliance
  • Cinephiles: Film Club

Community Service opportunities include:

  • Habitat for Humanity
  • recycling
  • library service
  • classroom helpers
  • supporting a cultural center in the slums of Salvador Bahia, Brazil
  • Retake Rome
  • Rome Refugee Center
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