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The GSO has the privilege of being hosted within the prestigious Brandolini Rota Institute campus in Oderzo.
GSO, as an independent, autonomous, and secular division, will maintain separate educational programmes, management and administration, ownership, admission procedures and teacher recruitment.
A highly productive collaboration between GSO and Brandolini Rota Insitute is now in place! This will allow for some excellent opportunities for mutual development because both schools are committed to encouraging and developing children’s talents.
Brandolini Rota and GSO will benefit from the opportunity to become more multicultural and international as well as to strengthen cooperation with the region. Extra-curricular activities, cultural exchanges, internship opportunities in Italy and abroad and, last but not least, the joint training of teachers will be part of the productive collaboration. GSO and Brandolini Rota will contribute to the formation of an international and innovative educational community.
This perspective of mutual development is the basis of the close link that binds the two institutions:
Brandolini gives this new school its traditions and its educational values. "Gentium Schola Opitergium - International School of Talents" will also help the Brandolini Institute to renew its educational aims towards a greater focus on international recruitment and on encouraging the talents of each student.
Don Massimo Rocchi, Director of the Institute Brandolini Rota.
Gentium Schola Opitergium, linked to a school with centuries-old traditions, will have roots in the culture and values of the Congregation of the Josephites of Murialdo, to offer young people future growth opportunities for their talents, to create a culture of peace among people and to help them to pursue the dream of universal citizenship.
Giordano Casonato, Gentium Schola Opitergium Head of School