SEK-Les Alpes offers students a different approach to the teaching and learning process:
  • International and trilingual education.
  • Balanced development of the pupil both from a physical standpoint and in intellectual, social and emotional terms.
  • Social harmony and practising winter sports.
  • A 21st century programme of abilities

Beginning with physical activities, pupils deepen their understanding of health and professional sporting ethics, whilst at the same time thinking about the environment, its challenges and solutions.

Featured activities:

  • Canyoning
  • Visit to Chamonix and ascent to l’Aiguille du MIdi
  • Rafting on the Isère.
  • Paintball in Megève.
  • Caving in Sassenage.
  • Skiing in Tignes.
  • Skating in Megève.
  • Skiing in Courchevel, Val Thorans and Les Saisies.
  • Fort de Tamié Adventure Park.
  • Water skiing.
  • De la Rosière Via Ferrata.
  • Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme. Expedition I and II.

Skiing is the main sport.It takes place in the best ski resorts and pupils receive classes taught by instructors from the French Ski School.

The International Dimension:

In daily life, in the school and on visits to other, neighbouring areas, both in France and in Switzerland and Italy, pupils come to appreciate the similarities and differences between the different cultures, along with the different ways in which they are expressed: arts, music, theatre, dance.

Living in harmony:

Life in the residence, where everyone is responsible for welfare and harmony, includes:

  • Dealing with social and emotional intelligence both as an individual and as a group.
  • Recognition of diversity.
  • Acceptance and mutual respect.

Learning or improving French language skills is carried out by the use that should be made of it in real situations.

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The learning experiences which, with the collaboration of teachers from Camilo Jose Cela University, are included across the curriculum.

They provide the opportunity to be exposed to situations which allow them to consider themselves as future leaders, entrepreneurs, creative artists or young scientists.