Our mission is to develop students who make an active contribution as they take their place in our ever-evolving global society.
Thanks to our Technology Department, we are able to offer a high-quality learning experience to our students.
We are international
Our teachers and students come from all over the world. A mix of cultures and languages. Our students are citizens of the world.
Welcome from the
Head of School
I am delighted to welcome you to discover the International School of Rimini (ISR), where we aspire to develop students who make an active contribution as they take their place in our ever-evolving global society.
The mission of ISR is to provide a supportive, inclusive, and challenging environment that enables all students to reach their full potential. The curriculum will prepare students to meet the challenges of an ever-evolving global society. We strive to equip our students with the knowledge, skills, concepts, values, and self-awareness to undertake a positive role in the world.
Relying on the city of Rimini which has a strong historical tradition and a unique socio-economic framework.
Preparing the students to experience the world and to face its changes proactively.
WHO WE ARE
STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN OF OUR STUDENTS
OF THE STUDENTS COME FROM MOTHER TONGUE ENGLISH FAMILY
WE HAVE A TEACHER EVERY SIX STUDENTS
We are partners
ISB has been serving the educational needs of the international community in northern Italy for fifteen years. ISB has been successfully accredited by the Council of International Schools (CIS), and its educational programs are evaluated and authorized by the International Baccalaureate Organization.
We are proud
ECIS (the Educational Collaborative for International Schools) is a non-profit global membership organisation. ECIS exists as a professional life-force for members, a vibrant network of thoughtful doers and change-makers. Our membership represents 500 membership communities and 65,000+ passionate educators and leaders in over 80 countries on six continents.