St. Louis School
SLS S.P.A., Via E. Caviglia, 1, 20139 Milan, Italy
+39 02 55231235
Co-educational Day & Boarding
|Executive Principal High School||Mr. Gerry Rafferty|
|Language of Instruction||English, Italian|
|Co-ed Age Range||2-18 years (14-18 boarding)|
|Number of pupils||1,500|
|Authorised IB Programmes||IBDP|
|Diploma Coordinator||Hatty Rafferty|
|Associations||Inspired, Cambridge IGCSE, IB|
Established in 1996, St. Louis is a leading co-educational Day & Boarding International School based in the Heart of Milan for 1500 students between the ages of 2 and 18.
Located across three sites, the south-east premises comprise of an Infant, Primary and Middle School, and the High School is located in a prime position, a stone throw from the Duomo. The Day & Boarding School, located in the Corso Sempione/Portello area, offers school opportunities for 2-14 year olds as well as full time boarding places for 14-18 year olds.
The St. Louis School's academic programme is rigorous and challenging. The Infant School programme is based on the British Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum.
Primary and Middle School follow the British National Curriculum with an option for students 6 years and upwards to also follow the Italian curriculum.
The High School, which provides boarding facilities, comprises of IGCSE examinations for Years 10-11 and the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB) for Years 12-13 with over 100 students each year studying this unique course.
The approach reinforces the importance of creative and critical thinking, with the school developing independent learners well equipped to succeed in the IB and beyond. St. Louis achieves outstanding academic scores within the IB diploma with the highest average attainment in Europe spanning the last 7 years (37 average).
The school opened its new High School in the centre of Milan (Palazzo Archinto) in September 2019. A magnificent historic building located in via Olmetto, will accommodate all senior school students from Years 10-13. Designed by architect Francesco Maria Richini in the 17th century and situated in the centre of Milan, the Palazzo provides the perfect learning environment for students of this age, blending state-of-the art educational facilities within historic surroundings.