The educational pathway of Vittoria Schools Torino culminates with students achieving the most prestigious international diplomas.
For the early years of schooling, we have selected curricula certified by the University of Cambridge International Education, which supplement the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) curricula with standardised and innovative subject matters. The combination of the Italian National Curriculum and the Cambridge Curriculum lends added value to the Vittoria Junior pathway and leads to the double diploma, which represents a national and international achievement.
The first exam that Vittoria Junior students take is called the Cambridge Primary Checkpoint, which is the educational milestone of our primary school.
In the third year of middle school, students earn their Cambridge Lower Secondary diploma, which complements the middle school diploma issued by MIUR.
Vittoria High Schools also refer to the upper secondary curriculum of Cambridge International Education. Students reach the intermediate point of their Upper Secondary School education when they obtain the International Certificate of Education (ICE), which is the group award for all the IGCSE subjects taken during the first two years of Vittoria Upper Secondary International School. This is the international version of the diploma that British students earn at the age of 16, which marks the end of compulsory schooling in the UK, and it allows your children to immediately join the IB Diploma Programme in the following two-year period of their studies.
The four-year curriculum at Vittoria High School Italian Curriculum also rounds out its educational offer by providing access to single IGCSE exams for certain subjects in the areas of language and science