• Toddler

    In the toddler classroom of Montessori School of Rome, children 18 months to 3 years old are taught how to do work on their own.

  • Primary

    Primary children at Montessori School of Rome choose their activities from open shelves with self-correcting materials and work in distinct work areas.

  • Elementary

    The goal of a Montessori elementary classroom is to develop the child’s growing abilities to think abstractly and to think with imagination.

  • Adolescent

    The Montessori adolescent program focuses on literature, language, critical thinking, writing, history, cultural studies, geography, and current events.

  • Secondary

    “The need that is so keenly felt for a reform of secondary schools is not only an educational but also a human and social problem. This can be summed up in one sentence: Schools as they are today are adapted […]

  • Spanish

    Students will comprehend the language, feel confident enough to communicate, and connect with the Spanish-speaking world. 

  • Music

    We have a music teacher who provides music lessons each week to our students. In addition, we have major music programs throughout the year.

  • Extracurricular

    Extracurricular programs include chess, creative movement, soccer, tennis, violin, piano and musical theater.