Events

Tree and Gift Words
Sarah Dioni

We would like to share these precious Gift Words with the St. Louis Community as they reflect our values and ideals. May the children’s wisdom guide us through the coming year.

  1. Love
  2. Happiness
  3. Hugs
  4. Respect
  5. Friendship
  6. Attention
  7. Sustainability
  8. Cuddles
  9. Music
  10. Ourselves
  11. Compliments
  12. Creativity
  13. Gentleness
  14. Celebration
  15. Authenticity
  16. Collaboration
  17. Good thinking
  18. Giving
  19. Party
  20. Togetherness
  21. Time
  22. Honesty
  23. Faith
  24. Family
Weather Report Caviglia
Sarah Dioni

Strong snowfall has occurred during the week. Snowflakes in large numbers have drifted from the children’s imagination and are now adorning the ground floor creating a winter wonderland.

Christmas lights and gifts have appeared under the Christmas tree in the form of an advent calendar. Each day a “gift word” will be lit. These words have been donated by the children and want to celebrate our ideals as a community.

This has been made possible by the close collaboration of the Think Tank and the Art Committee. A very warm thank you and let the celebrations begin.

St. Louis School Welcome Event
Sarah Dioni

We are delighted to share some of our beautiful memories of the St. Louis School Welcome Event on Wednesday 24th October, at our campus in Via Enrico Caviglia. 

Thanks to all parents and staff who joined this very special event, it was great to have you all there!

 

Via Caviglia Welcome Event 24.10.18

IB Score 2018
lori foster

St. Louis School Milan (SLS), continues to be a top-ranking IB school in continental Europe with an average score of 36 out of 45 (the global IB Diploma average is 30 points). Furthermore, the school’s average consistent score (36.5) across the last four years is the highest sustained.

St. Louis School Milan (SLS), continues to be a top-ranking IB school in continental Europe with an average score of 36 out of 45 (the global IB Diploma average is 30 points). Furthermore, the school’s average consistent score (36.5) across the last four years is the highest sustained.