Stamford American International School

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Stamford American International School provides the best teaching and learning experiences for each individual from Nursery (age 2) through High School in Singapore, offering the rigorous IB program enhanced by American academic standards.

Stamford American International School is an IB World School authorized to offer the IB MYP, the IB PYP, and the IB Diploma Program. Stamford American aims to develop internationally-minded global citizens through daily Mandarin or Spanish language classes in Singapore. Technology is a priority and the 1 to 1 iPad Program in the Elementary School and 1 to 1 MacBook Program in the Middle School and High School ensure that technology is fully integrated into classroom activities.

Stamford American also uses the award winning Second Step Social Program to support the social and emotional development of our international students in school. Second Step is taught weekly to all students starting from Pre-Kindergarten to promote Skills for Learning, Empathy, Emotion Management and Problem Solving. Centrally located in Singapore at 279 Upper Serangoon Road, the $300 million purpose-built campus houses a Learning Resource and Media Center with global video-conferencing, an interactive Science Center, and top-of-the-line athletics facilities including swimming pools, an indoor arena, fitness center and golf training center. There are also specialist dance, drama, art, music and ICT spaces.

The Stamford American International School campus is directly adjacent to the Woodleigh MRT in Singapore and is a short drive from all the major expatriate residential areas.

School Campus Address : 279 Upper Serangoon Road, (1 Woodleigh Lane), Singapore 347691
Contact Number: +65 6602 7247
Email Address: admissions@sais.edu.sg

Annual Fees Range: Nursery to Grade 11: $13,320 - $33,700

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    Quality education with a community feel

    THE GOOD:

    International mix of students, great technology resources, incredible teachers, central campus location, great food, and welcoming parent, student and staff community, great daily language program.

    THE BAD:

    high cost (but good value), newer than other schools which is both good and bad

    REVIEW:

    I've had a pretty great experience with the school and so have my kids. I feel like my kids are challenged academically, are exposed to diversity and have made great strides in their mandarin language acquisition and have settled in nicely due to the support of the school and other parents and students. It's truly a great school to be a part of.
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    Oct 25,2012