School with an International DNA

“The important thing is not so much that every child should be taught, as that every child should be given the wish to learn.” (John Lubbock)

Founded in 1953, Scuola Europa is a school and peer-recognized, based in Milan, in the historic district of Porta Venezia. From 2015, the school is bilingual thanks to the assistance of an English teacher in every class for 4 hours a day, every day of the week.

Since its origins has maintained the goal of preparing students to face the European reality of the future through the study of at least two foreign languages with the use of modern equipment. Scuola Europa is a maxi-container in which the teaching and educational activities show all their organic nature.

Today, Scuola Europa is recognized as a Cambridge International School starting from Primary to High Schools. It is then enabled to enter, within the traditional course of study, the teachings that follow the programs of the English school and allow their students to enroll for their examinations at the end of courses of study.

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The 5 reasons to choose Scuola Europa

  1. Vertical teaching

    The structure with courses of study ranging from Kindergarten to High School provides to the student an organic and complete training. The education program of the School is rich, thanks to the frequency, from Kindergarten to High School diploma, with the presence of teachers on most classes in order to facilitate the transition between one cycle and another.
  2. Personalized learning paths to ensure success in school

    The unity of the educational process promotes the effectiveness of learning, which is qualified and customized due to the particular attention of the person, his rhythms of growth and maturation. In this sense, it also fits all of the educational projects aimed at the “KNOW-how” of each individual, and projects related to the “well-being” (reception, orientation, prevention of bullying and dependencies, digital citizenship, food education, affectivity education), the “DEPRIVATION /DISADVANTAGE” (BES), the “CIVIL COEXISTENCE” (legality).
  3. Languages and Technology in the first row with highly specialized teachers

    The preparation for the most important European language certificates and computing are supported by labs of computer science and languages with high-performance PCS, IWBS, digital projectors, touch-screen, tablet and software for teaching. All at the disposal of teachers and pupils of every order of studio lessons in the media.
  4. Teaching experiential over digital and multimedia one

    Traditional classes are complemented by educational travel, educational tours of cultural/natural/recreation-sports, visits to museums and exhibitions, participation in cultural events, workshops, performances, musical, expressive, and the stage of 15 days/ 1 week to promote the teaching of CLIL and because the student is able to discover and manifest all of its potentials by means of a plurality of languages.
  5. The relationship teachers – students – parents

    Through initiatives such as out-of-school, such as study abroad, cultural exchanges with schools in other countries and different educational – recreational experiences (trips, weeks, plays, workshops etc.,), teachers and students create positive synergies. In addition, the constant collaboration with the families allows you to adapt the pedagogical process and the educational characteristics and potential of each student by placing him at the centre of the training process.