AOSR offers the best of an American-International education
in a supportive learning environment.
We inspire a diverse student body to courageously meet the demands
of a changing world through an engaging and creative curriculum.
630 students from 43 countries
18 AP Courses are Offered
227 in High School
82 teachers from 13 countries
73% Native English Speakers
61% from the USA / 18% from Italy / 21% from other countries
78% Hold Advanced Degrees
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:
Please join AOSR on Tuesday, November 20th for our High School Info Night. We encourage any families who are interested in enrolling their children at AOSR for high school to come. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our curriculum, our AP and IB programs, our athletics and after school activities, and to see the campus and facilities. We also encourage current parents of elementary and middle school students to come as well.
At AOSR there is no judgement. No matter your religion, your skin color or the language you speak, there is never any judgement against you. If you sit down somewhere, someone will spot you within 1 minute and sit down next to you to talk to you immediately.
"We have really enjoyed the warm open feeling that American Overseas School of Rome has given us as a new family to the community. All admissions aspects of the school were so easy to understand, and all staff and administrators really went above and beyond to welcome us to this new school environment and ensure that if we had any questions that they were clarified to us from day one."
“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.”