Marymount International School, Paris is located in Neuilly sur Seine, a beautiful wooded residential area in an affluent northwest suburb of Paris. What started in 1923 as a home for study abroad students from New York has grown into a fully-equipped 6,115 m2 campus that still shines with it's quintessential 18th century Parisian architectural charm.

  • Two historical buildings, housing administrative offices, classrooms and the RSHM residence
  • Three other buildings for teaching purposes
  • FabLab (Fabrication laboratory)
  • Library
  • Art and pottery studio
  • Auditorium with sound, light and recording equipment
  • Lunchroom and fully equipped kitchen
  • Three-storey gymnasium with full size basketball court and smaller gym for younger students
  • Weight room
  • Outdoor basketball court and playground
  • Play area for Early Childhood and Elementary School children
  • Tricycle area for Early Childhood students
  • Vegetable garden
  • Chapel
  • News

    Whether today's students go on to be astronauts, artists, engineers, scientists or presidents, we know that the challenges their generation faces will demand creative and innovative solutions. Our school is dedicated to providing the best tools to our students, therefore, with the overwhelming support of our parents and community, and Marymount is proud to be the first international school in France to have a dedicated 'FabLab' on our school campus!

    To sustain and enhance a high quality education that inspires and meets the needs of all students, we are proud to have launched the first Fabrication Laboratory in an international school in France, and the inauguration was celebrated with our first Maker Faire at Marymount. Our IT Integrationists, who are seasoned teachers, are hard at work embedding STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math) learning activities and meaningful IT integration across all grade levels. The teachers are receiving on-going professional development by Jon Santiago who started the FabLabs in Marymount New York, Marymount Rome, and Marymount International School London.

    Visit our FabLab page to learn more about this new and exciting learning space:

    Read more about The Marymount FabLab Opens

    The whole school community took part in the preparations and Building Blessing & Dedication Ceremony that involved a special blessing for Marie and the naming of our school's buildings after our founders! A very special thanks to Father Aidan Troy for leading us in the Blessing of Mary and the building plaques, and to the PTO for their generous donation that made all this possible.

    Read more about Building Blessing & Dedication