Since its origins the school has kept the objective of training and educating students capable of facing the future European reality: Italian ministerial programs are therefore integrated with an in-depth study of foreign languages, mathematics and computer language, lead by a team of specialized teachers and highly professional native speakers, aided by increasingly advanced technological instruments, a constant investment of the Institute over the years.
While the Kindergarten is bilingual, for all other educational departments, Scuola Europa is recognized as Cambridge International School from Primary to High School. It is therefore entitled to implement the traditional course of study with teachings based on the English school programs and to allow Scuola Europa’s students to take the related exams at the end of the study paths.
A “Checkpoint” exam, scheduled for the students at the end of the Primary and Secondary school, is intended to certify the skills acquired.
Scuola Europa’s High School of Applied Sciences offers its students the opportunity to follow the Upper Secondary IGCSE course; the High School of Languages offers, in addition to this IGCSE course, the A-Level program (for details see the individual educational departments).