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Volleyball & Tennis Boarding School in Italy

Photo of Volleyball & Tennis Boarding School in ItalyTravel Sport Camp, Italy:
Currently, Travel Sport Camp and its affiliate EduKick, host schools and camps in 11 different countries on four continents and continues to grow on a global scale. Travel Sport Camp offers year-long and 1/2 year-long sports boarding school camps for boys and girls from 11 years old in the cities of Perugia and Assisi, in the region of Umbria in central Italy.

Travel Sport Camp in Perugia:

What could be more exciting than to train in your favorite sport and study abroad in one of Italy’s most beautiful regions? Participants will have an opportunity to develop their athletic skills over an extended period of time and gain valuable and important lessons while being immersed in the study of the Italian culture and language. Sports trainings sessions are conducted at the Sports Center of Pontevalleceppi Athletic Club in Perugia.

Quality Sports Trainers:

Our sports training staff is comprised of professional, licensed coaches who have extensive experience teaching young athletes. We offer programs designed to provide participants with opportunities to develop and improve their athletic skills and abilities using cutting edge techniques and new methodology. At the same time, we teach the history and significance of the game, its nature, its development, and how perfecting or simply competing in it, requires great technical ability, quick mental processes, speed of execution, and personality.

Image of Volleyball & Tennis Boarding School in ItalyHigh School Academic Year Program:

Our high school, the Liceo Scientifico "Convitto Nazionale Principe di Napoli" (Grades 9-13) is legally recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education. The School is located in the upper part of the city of Assisi, near to the town center and all the evocative places which make the school stay in Assisi, very comfortable and stimulating. From this beautiful location, it's easy to enjoy the picturesque landscape of Umbria, immersed in art, history and tradition.

On campus living: Students are supported by a teacher-tutor who can monitor the growth of the student in all its many aspects: psychological, educational, emotional and social. Students are divided into teams or groups of 20-30 students each. Each group is assigned to a team composed of three or four teachers who are alternately and assist students in all stages and needs of the study and daily life in the school. Students have their own bright, well-equipped private rooms where they live.

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FIT and other schools

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Like you I have a BS in Fashion Merchandising and am now trying to go back for design. I know that FIT is a great school but they are pretty strict with the portfolio. I can't draw either but if you can come up with a creative way to present your portfolio its worth a shot. Compared to FIDM I think that FIT is a lot better. They have great connections since being right in NYC. Have you looked into schools in Europe? Central St. Martins is one of the top if not the top school in the world for fashion design. I am currently applying to Polimoda in Florence Italy. It is also a great school and worth checking out since it works with FIT for study abroad programs

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What are good boarding school in italy?

I am american looking for boarding school in italy. I just started 8th grade so boarding schools for high schoolers or I could start in the middle of eight grade. I need schools that teach in English too because I don't know Italian p. thanks!

I am from Italy, and here boarding schools are unfortunately for you not that popular. There are a few that can be found, but mostly they are Catholic boarding schools and I wouldn't recommend them, unless you are actively religious. There are many programs for foreign students, in order to make you attend an Italian high school and mingle with Italian students, but mostly they foresee your staying in a family. So if you want to spend some time in Italy and study here, I suggest you look for those ones. Staying in a family isn't bad. It gives you more opportunities to interact with…

James M
Can I go to a boarding school in Italy?

I would like to study in Italy. I am a 16 year old student and I am from Canada. My academical situation is a mess. I finished grade 9 but only half my subjects in grade 10 and currently I am in grade 11 doing 2 subjects. My dad passed away at the beginning of the 10th grade and it just hit me like wildfire. I still suffer from massive depression because of this. I don't have friends here and my girlfriend I'm pretty sure will probably dump me soon. I would like to start fresh somewhere new. I am half Italian and my dad took me to Italy when I was a kid and I loved it. So I would like…

This is a boarding school in Rome, Lazio.

This one in Lanciano, Abruzzo

Hope I helped

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