School & Tutoring

Student-athlete have the option to follow their follow their home program online or to attend High School at the local "Scores Altes La Ila", were our kids enjoy a special student-athlete status and private tutoringThe school is multilingual, with classes offered in Italian, Ladin, German, English, French and Latin and our student-athletes have their own tutor. We also offer Italian classes with tiger possibility to take a final certification. Contact us for more details and options.  

Lodging

Under Italian law, children under 15 need to be accompanied by a parent or Guardian, which is why we only offer residential facilities for FIS athletes. Athletes live together under the supervision of a resident tutor and/or resident coach. If moving to Alta Badia as a family, our partner InfoDolomites can assist you in finding the lodging venue of your needs.

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Visa

Athletes from Schengen countries do not need a Visa, the only formality will be getting a "Codice Fiscale" once in Italy. Non-Schengen athletes (and eventual accompanying parents / guardians) need a visa to stay for more than 90 days in the European Union. There are several possible visa, and we will help you with that, contact us for more details. 

Travel to Alta Badia

The nearest airport is Venice, where we will pick you up.  Munich in Germany and Innsbruck in Austria are also good options if traveling from Overseas as a family. Our partner InfoDolomites can assist you with transfers. For more detailed information on how to get to Alta Badia, please see here. For first-timers minors, we strongly recommend arriving with a parent or guardian. 

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