Marymount International School is situated in northern Rome on 40 acres of protected parkland, providing a peaceful and safe setting for students to pursue their academic and extracurricular activities. Because the weather in Rome is generally temperate, students are able to take advantage of the school’s expansive grounds year-round, whether enjoying recess in the playgrounds, sports on the outdoor courts, lunch on the patio, or a study break on the lawn. The school’s location atop a hill means that most classrooms are bathed in sunshine and natural light.
Classes take place in five different academic buildings, including The Villa, Gailhac Hall, Butler Hall, St. Jean Hall, and The Annex. These buildings also house administrative offices, libraries, a cafeteria, and the school's chapel.
Sports facilities include a beautiful, FIFA-sized soccer field, volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts, as well as a calcetto field, versatile playing fields, and an Early Childhood studio.
Spaces for socializing include the playgrounds, patio, and coffee bar.