Why study in Siena?

The Siena School Building is located in Castelvecchio, a beautiful, central medieval neighborhood near the Cathedral and Piazza del Campo. The school is housed on the top floor of the Istituto Pendola,...


Through a unique combination of classroom study, intensive programs, fieldwork, service-learning, workshops and weekend activities, the Siena School fosters a hands-on engagement with aspects of Italian...


How to Apply: It is very important to us that the application process be as smooth and hassle-free as possible. Here you will find information about how to apply and predeparture information! Please, ...


Val d'Orcia field trip

Saturday September 24th we took our students to the first school field trip of the semester.After three weeks of Italian Intensive course (3 hours every day, plus a lot of homework!) the students deserved... read more

New "How It's Done" SSLA webseries with Lisa Nonken!

The Siena School for Liberal Arts is proud to present its new webseries "How It's Done" with artist and Drawing teacher Lisa Nonken! In this first episode, Lisa talks about materials used in drawing... read more