Our Institute has been ranked among the 100 best schools in the world and among the Top 10 in Europe according to Spear's Schools Index 2022, a prestigious global guide that publishes an annual list of excellence in education. St. Louis School of Milan is ranked along with some of the most prestigious institutions, such as Harrow and Eton College in the UK (where the Prince of Wales also studied, to name just one of the most famous students), St. Paul's School in Brazil and Geelong Grammar School in Australia.
The Guide, which lists institutions by country and geographical area (UK, Switzerland, Europe, U.S., Middle East, China, Southeast Asia), is compiled by experts from Carfax Education global education consulting firm. In addition to formal criteria such as academic achievement and college readiness, schools were ranked based on their unique philosophy, local and international reputation, and how they prepare students for the future. Last but not least, Pandemic preparedness was also considered by rewarding those institutions that, even in the emergency, continued to offer a high-level educational experience.
"SPEAR'S School Index award is a recognition that fills us with pride because it rewards continuous investments aimed at both the selection of a highly qualified faculty and constant technological innovation," says Raffaele Martino, CEO of Inspired Education Group Italy & Northern Europe. "Our Group has always made it a priority to ensure that teachers and students have access to the most innovative facilities and equipment," the CEO continues, "and technology has undoubtedly proven to be a crucial and highly successful means of both continuing teaching during the pandemic and improving learning and engaging and motivating students and teachers.
SPEAR'S Magazine's recognition is further confirmation of the high reputation already widely enjoyed by our institute, which with more than twenty-five years of activity can be counted in its own right among the excellences present in the Lombard capital and in Italy.