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GSO looks at each student as an individual with talents to discover and share. The more we get to know about the whole person, in addition to records of past academic performance and activities, the more we can understand a student’s strengths and concerns, needs and aspirations.
Choosing a new school and a new environment in which to live is both exciting and daunting. Our staff is dedicated to helping families and students throughout the admissions process. We are always ready to share our expectations but equally ready to hear what a future student will be able to bring to enrich the learning community.
Our most important requirement is that a student coming to our school becomes familiar with, and is open to, the school's Vision, Mission Statement and Educational Beliefs. Students should be interested in getting to know Italy, and should be able and willing to fully participate in all aspects of the programme: academic, co-curricular and service.
In accepting students, at Gentium Schola Opitergium we look for:
We admit qualified students of any gender, identity, race, national and ethnic origin and do not discriminate in any aspect of our educational policies, scholarship or financial planning, or in any other school-administered programme.
¹The school provides appropriate help with temporary challenges but is not equipped to offer the professional help and support needed for students with serious learning difficulties or a history of behavioural problems. For further information, please view the GSO Special Needs Policy.
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