Isle La Motte is the northernmost and most remote island in the Champlain Islands. The island is 7 miles long and 2 miles wide. Isle La Motte is known for it's history, dating back to the 17th century European settlement. St. Anne's Shrine is a landmark on the island - occupying the same site as a former French Fort built in 1666. Isle La Motte is home to the Fisk Quarry Preserve, a National Natural Landmark. The small island draws a lot of visitors in the summer months. Residents and visitors of Isle La Motte can enjoy boating and swimming in Lake Champlain.
Isle La Motte is 1 hour from Burlington, 40 minutes to Saint Albans, 45 minutes from Plattsburgh, NY and less than 20 minutes from the Canadian Border.
Isle La Motte is part of the Champlain Islands Unified Union School District. The island has their own elementary school, Isle La Motte Elementary, which serves students K-6. Upon grades 7-8, students can attend neighboring schools. Students get school choice for High School.