2012 Ski Trip
During our 2012 April Break, 31 March to 7 April, ICS teachers will chaperone grade 5-12 students, to Anzere, Switzerland. Students will ski with Viamonde, a Swiss company, which specializes in providing ski and snowboard programs to international schools. Students receive small group instruction from a dynamic team of experienced and caring staff. Beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers are welcome. The ICS ski trip is an opportunity for students to spend time away from their family to establish independence.
The cost of this year’s trip is expected to be approximately US$2500 – US$3000. The exact cost, which will be determined in the next two months, will include airfare to Geneva, bus fare to Anzere, room and board at the chalet, rental of boots, ski clothing and helmet and all ski lift tickets. The only additional cost for each family will be a minimal amount of spending money, the purchase of ski socks, ski gloves and goggles and the cost of a Swiss visa, if needed.
If you are interested in your child joining us and need more information, please see Viamonde’s website – www.viamonde.com. Contact Mr. Deron Marvin at deron.marvin(at)icsaddis.edu.et to be placed on the list. There are only 40 spaces available.