Montana International Summer Camp is a private summer camp for joint education for children from 8 to 17 years old. Students are accepted for the programs of all nationalities, cultures and religions. The camp, located in the Swiss Alps, seeks to give students everything possible for a full and comprehensive development of personality, academic and sporting achievements, for intellectual and creative growth.
The Swiss resort Crans Montana, located at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level, is often called the "heart of the Alps". This is the most sunny place in all of Europe (the plateau on which the locality is located, faces south): the windows of the buildings offer a stunning panoramic view of the mountains. The structure of the area includes two villages - respectively, Crane and Montana. The distance to Geneva is about 180 kilometers, and to Zurich 220 kilometers. In the towns themselves there is a modern center (squash, bassyen, tennis, golf, bowling), horse riding grounds, spa and wellness centers. Also, Crans-Montana is known for its excellent golf courses: national championships have been held here for more than a hundred years in a row, and since 1983 local grounds have been used for all-European competitions.
The camp pays close attention to inculcating a healthy lifestyle for children: there are plenty of outdoor activities, sports lessons, education of environmental literacy and a sense of responsibility for the preservation of the environment. Here there is a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, thanks to which the pupils feel at home from the first days of their stay, quickly make new friends, get acquainted with the culture and customs of other countries. Students quickly become more educated, organized, tolerant, independent and independent, learn to defend their opinions and respect someone else's point of view, join democratic ideals and strive to become responsible citizens and full personalities.