Alumni are an important part of our great school and we are pleased to inform all our graduatesĀ to stay in touch participating in and attending school eventsĀ and special programs. There are many ways to maintain your ties to the Italian School. As a graduate from Italian School, you are a part of a network of alumni in key colleges and universities across the world.

Aamirah Limbada Joined the Italian school of Lusaka in the year 2005. Started from Reception class. Graduated and left the Italian school of Lusaka in 2019 after completing A-level. Currently at the University of East London, studying BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science. My time at the Italian school of Lusaka was an invaluable learning experience. I recognized my individuality during my time there, but most importantly, it was a place where I gained the confidence that I needed to face the world.
Aamirah Limbada
University of East London
Italian School holds a very important and special place in my heart. I have learnt a lot beyond academics and formed everlasting relationships making my time at the school unforgettable. Krishna Karthik Kosoor April 2012 - June 2020 Pursuing undergraduate degree at The London School of Economics and Political Science
Krishna Karthik Kosoor
London School of Economics and Political Science
Even though I am no longer a student, I visit the Italian School often, because it has always been a home away from home for my siblings and I. Having joined the school long ago in 2003, I have been lucky enough to watch it grow from the days it was a small primary school under the late Mrs Gilardi's guidance, to the successful, fully developed school it is today. I am also very honoured to have been part of the first graduating A level class in 2017.
Azraa H. Patel
University of the Western Cape
I really enjoyed my time at Italian school. I always felt encouraged and loved by the teachers. It was, and still is, a very supportive academic environment which challenges its students to become independent and critical thinkers - something that has personally helped me make a smooth transition to university. Besides academics, some of my fondest memories are those spent with my friends during breaks and plays/debates/sports days and so much more! Italian school will always be in my heart!
Mario Morkos
The University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg South Africa
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