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Singapore American School

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Founded in 1956, a full decade before Singapore declared its own independence, Singapore American School (SAS) has been on the leading edge of preparing students for their future. At SAS, the mission is to provide each student an exemplary American educational experience with an international perspective. SAS students grow up in a community where every student learns at high levels, every student is known and advocated for, and every student personalizes their learning. Here students learn to think critically, collaborate with peers from diverse cultural backgrounds, and use creativity to solve unique challenges as they discover their passion and purpose in school.

CAMPUS LOCATION: 40 Woodlands Street 41, Singapore 738547
CONTACT: +65 6363 3403  
EMAIL: sasinfo@sas.edu.sg

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Annual fees range
(Age 3): $40,633 (Age 4): $40,633 (Age 5): $48,539 (Age 6): $48,539
(Age 7): $48,539 (Age 8): $48,539 (Age 9): $48,539 (Age 10): $48,539
(Age 11): $51,604 (Age 12): $51,604 (Age 13): $51,604 (Age 14): $53,349
(Age 15): $53,349 (Age 16): $53,349 (Age 17): $53,349 Application Fee: $2500

*The above fees are indicated in Singapore Dollars and are correct at the time information was provided. Kindly contact the school directly for any updates to the fees at the time of admissions.



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RP
6/27/2016 6:56:51 AM


Singapore American School is an excellent school. My son attended this school from G4 and he is in G12 now. This school has a world class curriculum and extremely impressive course selections. The dedicated staff with an exception of few have been very instrumental in shaping my son into a confident, independent and responsible learner. It has definitely been worth the money.

Founded in 1956, a full decade before Singapore declared its own independence, Singapore American School (SAS) has been on the leading edge of preparing students for their future. At SAS, the mission is to provide each student an exemplary American educational experience with an international perspective. SAS students grow up in a community where every student learns at high levels, every student is known and advocated for, and every student personalizes their learning. Here students learn to think critically, collaborate with peers from diverse cultural backgrounds, and use creativity to solve unique challenges as they discover their passion and purpose in school.

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Singapore American School (SAS)


28th April 2016 (9:00 a.m)

Join the elementary school tour at Singapore American School (SAS) on Thursday, April 28. 

The elementary school at SAS is place where the foundation of learning takes hold. Tour the Preschool through Grade 2 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 

Book now for a limited space in either our preschool and pre-kindergarten tour or our kindergarten through grade two tour.

 

 


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Admissions Team Singapore American School


29 September and 17 November (9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. (both days))

There's only one way to truly understand what makes SAS one-of-a-kind: come visit and experience their community.

A Reggio Emilia-Inspired approach and a focus on enquiry and self-guided learning. If you are thinking of applying to the early learning center for your child (ages three for preschool and four for prekindergarten by September 1, 2018), the best place to start is by getting to know us. You're invited to an open house, complete with a bus ride to and from campus!

You'll be greeted by members of the school leadership team, current parents, and admissions; afterward, a tour of the early learning center and the elementary school (kindergarten-fifth grade) will offer the opportunity to meet teachers and see students engaged in learning. The morning will be complete with lunch on campus. We look forward to welcoming you to our world!

REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/2y1mXsY
 


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Admissions Team Singapore American School


6 OCTOBER AND 1 DECEMBER (9:00 A.M. - 11:00 A.M. (both days))

In today’s interconnected world, we know it is more important than ever for our children to better understand the world around them. Singapore American School is proud to launch our Chinese language and culture immersion program, where students will work toward fluency while building the foundation for continued academic success. Through our bilingual program, students will have language opportunities integrated into every moment, allowing them to gain a deep understanding of the language and truly become global citizens.

Join us to see what makes our Chinese immersion program unlike any other.

REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/2wTkXW3


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Singapore American School


Friday 9 November (9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.)

If you are thinking of applying to Singapore American School (SAS), the best place to start is by getting to know them.

In a country where space is a commodity, SAS offers students room to explore, enjoy, and be inspired by beautiful natural greenery. The campus is one reason current families and many visitors often remark that “there is a special feeling at SAS.”  Singapore American School is known for an unmistakable culture of excellence, extraordinary care, and possibilities. We nurture in our students a passion for and commitment to deep intellectual and personal exploration. SAS students grow up in a community where every student learns at high levels, every student is known and advocated for, and every student personalizes their learning

Join and register for our open house.

REGISTER HERE


Napierski Family


Upon learning of our move to Singapore, we began looking into school options for our elementary, middle, and high school children. After significant research, we determined that Singapore American School was ideal, based on academics, course offerings, facilities, staff, and faculty. Two years later, we can say without hesitation that SAS has exceeded every expectation.

We were immediately welcomed into the SAS family. Our children have participated in basketball, karate, dance, soccer, cross country, and track and have had immense exposure to a variety of cultural experiences. In addition, we have all established personal relationships that we will value for years to come.Shortly after beginning school, our daughter was diagnosed with cancer. Support from the SAS community, teachers, and counselors played a vital role in keeping our children on task academically and providing invaluable emotional support. Our experience continues to be positive and has left our family with a desire to remain in Singapore.

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