The school is located in northwest Rome, approximately 8 kilometers from the historical city center. The six-acre suburban campus includes a central quadrangle shaded by umbrella pines and surrounded by lawns, shrubs, and flowering plants. Five separate buildings and the grounds include 55 classrooms, four science laboratories, three computer laboratories, a newly furbished gymnasium, a cafeteria/auditorium, an infirmary, two libraries, an outdoor Roman amphitheater, tennis and basketball courts, and soccer and softball fields. There is a one-to-one MacBook program for students in grades 8 and 9. Mobile laptop carts and iPads are used in the elementary and middle schools with Mac labs for elementary and secondary students.At the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year, enrollment was 600 students.
The curriculum is that of U.S. general academic, college-preparatory public or private schools. The School has a strong Advanced Placement Program and also prepares students for the International Baccalaureate examinations (Diploma Program). The School's testing program includes the College Board's PSAT, SAT, and Advanced Placement tests, as well as the full complement of IB exams in addition to MAP testing in the elementary and middle schools. Instruction is in English. French, Spanish, Italian, and Mandarin are taught as foreign languages. There is no religious instruction. The School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and was the first School to be granted an International Credential from the Middle States Association.