Wake me up when September ends.

I know I know... you've just woken up and found out that September has already started and the school has begun or is about to begin. dAMN.
However, I thought it could have been cool to let you know how the school in Italy is.


When you turn 14 in Italy you have to decide which school you want to attend. I chose Scientific Liceum, but there are many other addresses. Once you choose you might decide to go to school until you're 16, or to study until you're 18 years old so that you can get the diploma. My school is really old, placed in an Old Town and once it was jail. However, there's a breathtaking view of the sea from it and this makes it less sad. We don't have a gym but a yard in which we practice badminton usually. Moreover, every year there's a week in which the students are free to do the activities they want: we call it 'Campus'.


We study different subjects, but I'll only quote some of them:

  • Physics
  • English literature
  • Philosophy
  • Latin
  • Math

We have to do at least two tests and two oral tests each term (there are two of them) for every subject.


Our school is pretty strict with its rules so you have to be careful about what you wear, how you behave and so on. For instance, it is forbidden to wear shorts, skirts, dresses, ripped jeans which are too ripped, provoking necklines, crop tops too cropped for girls. In addition, boys can't wear shorts, ripped jeans too ripped and that's it I guess. Besides, it's forbidden to wear a hat during classes.

Here are four outfits for each season that I would wear for a school day.

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Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer.

Have you got any other questions about the school in Italy? If so, tell me and I'll answer!

See ya!