ISC 2021 will see several exciting changes! In addition to a new venue, there is a change in format and expanded eligibility for students. Live events will be held May 24-27 at Word of Life in Hudson, Florida. NEW THIS YEAR—52 virtual early entry events will also be available. The virtual events are in addition to the 77 live events still taking place in Florida.
Read below to learn answers to frequently asked questions about ISC 2021.
The registration button at the top of this page will take you to the Convention registration program. After logging into the program, you will be given the options of registering for virtual competitions and live competitions. Registration and housing assignments are not confirmed until schools have paid the registration fee. For a step-by-step registration guide, view the Convention registration tutorials.
Fees will depend on the options you select during registration. See the options and fees below.
$150 – School Registration Fee
$100 – Contestant Fee
VIRTUAL and ON-CAMPUS COMBINATION (includes housing and meals)
$30/person – School Registration Fee (Maximum $300/school)
$340 – Student/Sponsor/Guest Fee
VIRTUAL and OFF-CAMPUS COMBINATION
$10/person – School Registration Fee (Maximum $300/school)
$215 – Student/Sponsor Fee
$10 – Guest Fee
Since ISC will be held at a Christian camp, housing will be limited. School sponsors should prepare to have male and female students split on opposite sides of the camp. Cabin accommodations will include bunk beds, air conditioning, a closet for hanging dress clothes, and bathrooms with toilets, showers, and sinks. All attendees should bring bedding, such as pillows, sheets, blankets, or a sleeping bag, and towels. Family housing will not be available. Families with children under the age 13 will need to stay at a motel off-site.
Meal tickets are available for purchase at the reception desk of the camp:
Due to limited space, there will be no receptions this year. (This includes Men With a Mission and Ladies With a Mission.) A tent will house the Student Program booths.
We will be practicing social distancing and frequent use of sanitizers. Masks may be worn when social distancing is not possible.
In addition to the regular qualification guidelines for ISC attendance, eligibility to compete has been expanded. Students who meet the criteria for one of the categories below are eligible to compete virtually or live for ISC 2021.
Below is a list of live events that will take place in Hudson, Florida.
*ISC Open Competition
Below is a list of virtual events that students can enter. For more information about entering these events, visit the virtual registration page.
COLOR GUARD/FLAG CORPS
*ISC Open Competition
All awards for virtual events will be announced at ISC. Medals will be mailed to the schools.
Yes, virtual command performances will be shown at ISC.
Yes, participants attending ISC can also submit virtual entries. Registration is due by April 16. Entries are due May 5. Instructions must be followed and deadlines met in order for virtual events to be judged.