Charterhouse School is located just over 30 miles south-west of London in the beautiful English countryside. During the three weeks ISCA takes over part of this prestigious boarding school, allowing us access to its impressive facilities.
Founded in 1611, Charterhouse is one of the great historic schools of England. The school was originally established in an old Carthusian monastery in London, before moving to its current site in Godalming in 1872. This 250-acre campus has an expansive range of sporting and performance facilities for ISCA students to enjoy.
At the end of every day, students will be able to play a huge range of sports and activities on campus, and every third day we will spend the whole day on campus.
Any Football fans?
This school is recognised as the birthplace of world football. The rules for Association Football were first written by the school and its team won the FA Cup in the competition’s founding years. Additionally the founder of the Scout movement, Robert-Baden Powell, attended the school.Charterhouse Campus Map