Overview

An American education means guiding the whole individual–intellectually, socially, and civically. Learning takes place in the classroom, on the playground, on the sports field, during student government meetings, during fundraisers, and in every corner of the school.

A day in the life of an AOSR student is filled with the personal support from teachers and administrators, the laughter of friends in the quad, and the cafeteria, and the guiding hand of coaches, directors and conductors and more. Whether solving an equation in the classroom, filming an edition of “Falcon News”, or giving direction to fellow actors in the amphitheater, AOSR students are given the chance to grow as multi-faceted individuals with a sense of self and a sense of purpose that informs their school work but also informs their lives in the AOSR community and the greater community of Rome and beyond.

... AOSR students are given the chance to grow as multi-faceted individuals with a sense of self and a sense of purpose that informs their school work but also informs their lives in the AOSR community and the greater community of Rome and beyond.

Students at the American Overseas School of Rome spend every day in a vibrant, stimulating, multicultural campus and AOSR offers a great variety of opportunities for students to engage socially, practice leadership, experience teamwork, and to develop their creative side. AOSR offers a diverse range of after school activities, a strong athletic program, myriad clubs and organizations, and a burgeoning performing and fine arts program. Learn more about these opportunities through the links to the left.
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