The event is run in Les Deux Alpes, France. A resort scaling up to 3600m with the option to race at 3 stades (conditions depending.)

The ISSC is held in December.

The ISSC is a great opportunity for some early season racing for any keen racers, and also a great introduction to racing for anyone looking to give it a go, or get into the sport. Some schools see it as a training camp, and others as more of an introduction to ski racing.

The Championships run for 6 nights and 5 days. This includes 3 days of ski race training and 2 days of competition. The event closes with a prize-giving ceremony.

The event is open to all schools who want their young skiers to enjoy the experience of racing their peers on the mountain. Schools that field regular teams include Wycombe Abbey, Uppingham, Churchers College, Bedes, Ardingly College, Hurst College, Bradfield College, Whitgift School, Lancing College, Packwood Haugh, Clifton High School, and Kings College Wimbledon.

The event also welcomes individual racers whose schools are not taking part. Please note that these racers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please contact us for further information or to book your place.

The event is run for Boys, Girls and Juniors and features giant slalom and slalom events (with team and individual prizes), as well as Seniors and Juniors parallel team slalom.

Event Management
The event is managed by Halsbury Ski, one of the UK’s leading school ski tour operators. They provide all pre-departure support, relevant risk assessments and both male and female staff over the event to ensure it is an enjoyable trip for teachers and pupils.

Race Management
The race days are managed by a British and French team of experienced race staff, including ESF and Impulse, a UK specialist ski school.

FoodFull Board

A continental daily buffet breakfast is provided including meats, cheeses, freshly baked croissants and bread and a selection of cereals. A daily packed lunch is provided and eaten on the slopes under the supervision of your instructors (pupils will need

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