Venice Italian School
San Polo 2504
Courses and Schools - Languages.
Our school is a 14th century building, entirely renovated by the current residents (our parents) in the 1980s. We were lucky enough to have been brought up in it and we are now proud to put part of it to service as “classroom” for our teaching. Historically, the house was the residence and workplace of a “marmista” –a man working marble and other stones. The front door is sided by two original columns of the times which still present the symbol of that family (a hand with thumb and index stretched out). In the private courtyard, there is one of the oldest head-wells in all of Venice (12th century).