Welcome to this small window into our very special school, the International School of Monza. Whilst the school has a thirty-year-long year history and has close ties with its sister schools around Italy, there a fresh and unique feel to everything we do. At ISMonza, a full International Baccalaureate (IB) continuum school authorised to offer the Primary Years Programme (PYP), Middle Years Programme (MYP) and Diploma Programme (DP), we endeavour to deliver the International Baccalaureate programmes in the purist of forms, with the school’s core values and the IB’s Learner Profile embodied in everything that we do... [READ MORE]
In the heart of the city of Monza, the doors of the International School of Monza open every day to 260 students of around 30 nationalities. A perfect structure for collaborative inquiry-driven study, an environment that will help them to grow to become active citizens of “a world without frontiers”.
“As a fully authorised IB continuum world school, we endeavour to implement the IB programmes exactly as they were intended, with education being driven by an inquiry-based and collaborative approach, giving our students a competitive advantage for their futures.”
Our vibrant and colourful campus embodies the lively international atmosphere and characteristics of the International Schools Group in Italy. It is strategically located in the centre of Monza, close to the train station.
An International Baccalaureate (IB) education provides opportunities to develop both disciplinary and interdisciplinary understanding that meet rigorous standards set by institutions of higher learning around the world. IB programmes offer curriculum frameworks and courses that are broad and balanced, conceptual and connected. All IS Group schools have an excellent track record in using group dynamics, innovative teaching techniques and tools that are updated continuously.
Our PYP section is decided into two distinct sections (Early Years for 3 to 5 year olds and Primary School for 6 to 11 year olds), although we ensure a smooth transition from one to the next...
Students aged 3 to 11 learn through the Primary Years Programme (PYP) of the International Baccalaureate. This offers a rich, challenging and stimulating curriculum designed to generate an enthusiasm for learning and value it as a life-long process...
Students aged 11 to 16 follow the IB Middle Years Programme which offers an educational approach that embraces yet transcends traditional school subjects. While studying disciplines form eight subject groups, the MYP accentuates their inter-relatedness and so advances a holistic view of knowledge...
There are two distinct phases of High School, each lasting two years.
In Grades 10 to 11, students work towards completion of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years programme (MYP). At the end of Grade 11, students receive a MYP credits for all courses taken over the two years. In Grades 12 and 13, our students take the IB Diploma Programme...
The International School of Monza’s new campus, opened in 2015, is located just a few minutes walk from the city centre and train station. It is a stylish, colourful and dynamic factory conversion which has been specifically designed to support the collaborative nature of our IB programmes of inquiry. All spaces boast flatscreen and Apple TVs and our WiFi infrastructure supports our 1:to:1 programme. Students can enjoy a calm, safe environment with dedicated age-appropriate spaces, superbly equipped science laboratories, studios for design, visual arts, music and drama, as well as three beautiful libraries. In addition, we have exclusive access to a large sports complex just a three minute walk away.
Student in Primary and Middle School wear the school dress code, samples of which can be viewed in our reception area. Although included in the school fees, additional items may be purchased from the Tempo Imperfetto website.
A range of exciting and enriching opportunities to complement our academic curriculum for students of all ages to take part in before school, after school and at lunchtime. Click here to find out more.
Stay updated with all our important dates and upcoming events. IS Monza School Calendar 2017/2018
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