Welcome to our Admissions Information page! We understand how important it is to feel comfortable and confident as you move through an admissions process, and we want to make this journey as smooth as possible for you.
We hope our website makes it easy for you to familiarize yourself with our process, services and costs. In particular, we encourage you to take a minute to review our How to Apply page and our Admissions FAQs.
For any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact our Admissions Officer, Ms. Sabine Neumann, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you would like to visit AOSR, please make an appointment.
Pre-K Half Day Program Information
We currently have open admissions for our Pre-K Half Day Program (and our Pre-K Full Day Program).
The Half Day Pre-K Program begins at 9 AM and finishes at 12 PM.
The annual tuition for the Half Day Pre-K Program is €5.500 plus the €800 registration fee. For second semester only registration, the tuition fee is €2.750, plus the €800 registration fee. There is no capital assessment fee for Half Day Pre-K students.
Bus service is available for Pre-K Half Day students.
A Message from our Admissions Officer
At the American Overseas School of Rome, our students have the opportunity to explore passions, develop expertise both in and outside the classroom, and build lifelong relationships with fellow students, coaches, faculty, and staff. Our close-knit community challenges, encourages, and guides each student so that he or she is well prepared to succeed in the world of higher education and beyond.
We know that choosing a school can be both an exciting and intimidating process and we want you to know that we are here to help guide you during every step! We would love to meet you and schedule a personal tour or communicate over the phone or online to get you all of the information you require about our school. We look forward to talking to you very soon!
Ms. Sabine Neumann, Admissions Officer
About Ms. Sabine Neumann
A native Austrian who has resided in Rome since 2000, Ms. Neumann is fluent in German and English, and highly proficient in Italian.
She has lived for extended periods of time in London, New York and Germany. In 2000 she moved to Rome from Munich with her three children, all AOSR graduates.
As an active parent and the Admissions Officer for the past ten years, Ms. Neumann sees AOSR as much more than a place of employment. She is truly committed to ensuring that all applicants get a real feel for our campus and see what a warm and welcoming school community we have.