ISSA News

Congratulations to Ranney School, winner of the 2018 Atlantic Coast Championship.


First Place: Christchurch Seahorses; Second Place: Annapolis Panthers; Third Place: Falmouth, Maine Yachtsmen


Congratulations to Christchurch School, winners of the 2016 Atlantic Coast Championship.


Saint Thomas Aquinas High School took first place, followed by Key School in second, and Christchurch School in third place.


The 2014 High School Atlantic Coast Championship was won by the sailors from St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale, FL. They finished the first day of racing in second place, only 1 point out of first, but came on strong on Sunday to win the event by 22 points over second-place finisher The Severn School from Annapolis, MD. Third place was earned by the team from Minnetonka High School in Minnetonka, MN.


The 2013 Atlantic Coast Championship [ACCs] were hosted by Annapolis Yacht Club and Severn Sailing Association using both of their fleets of 420s. 18 schools representing teams from MASSA, MISSA, NESSA and SAISA competed in the two day event.


Severn School wins 2012 Atlantic Coast Championship


Norfolk Collegiate School mastered the shifty conditions to pull off a 16 point win against 16 other high schools at the 2011 Atlantic Coast Championship


Christchurch High School Captures 2010 Fall ACC's