What’s the difference between Coronado and your school back home in Italy?


“We don’t change classes, and we pick what classes we want to take.” Giulia Letizi, 12 

“A lot is different here at Coronado. People are very welcoming and kind to new people. I’ve made many new friends.” Lamberto Pedulla, 12

“This school is a lot bigger than the one back in Italy, and there are a lot more activities and things to do. One of the huge differences are the classes. Back home, we have five classes. We stay in one classroom and the teachers are the ones who rotate, not the students. We also talk to our teachers less over there. I like this school better because we get more freedom.” Giulia Briganti, 12