Stay up to date with the latest events, games, and concerts for every division here in the news and stories section.
From our eco-friendly practices, to star athletes, amazing programs, and strategic education advancement – we are fortunate to have students and teachers earn great features in news outlets around the world.
Our Perspectives blog tells the story of SAS from the many different perspectives of SAS – students, teachers, staff, parents, and alumni, both on and off campus.
Journeys, our quarterly print publication, shares current, in-depth stories written by and for members of our school community. It is mailed to current SAS families, faculty, and staff.
The annual report is a comprehensive report on our activities throughout the preceding year. The report gives information about the school's activities and financial health, and helps us determine whether we are meeting our goals for student learning.
The Finance at SAS series provides parents with greater clarity around financial decisions made by the school leadership, covering a broad range of finance-related topics such as the annual budget, financial investments, the endowment, class size, financial aid, enrollment and school income from non-tuition related sources, just to name a few.
The SAS eNews goes out via email every Friday during the school year with information that is timely, relevant, and of interest to members of the SAS community.
The PTA and Booster eNews is also emailed to the school community throughout the school year with information about upcoming events relating to these parent organizations.
The most eye-opening part of volunteering in the communications department has been realizing how much communicating there is to do at SAS. As a parent I've always received eNews and emails relevant for our grade, but there is so much more. They are constantly creating articles, blog posts, newsletters, marketing materials, videos, not to mention maintaining hundreds of pages on the website. I've been amazed at the volume, variety, and quality of their output!
Jodi Jonis, SAS parent