Please take note of the following faculty in-service day.
Students from second to fifth grade are invited to participate in the voluntary upcoming elementary school Science and Wonder Fair on March 19 and 20.
We are excited to announce our all-new Summer Semester!
This year's Festival of Reading is coming soon!
This is just a reminder that most EAA season two weekday activities end Friday, February 14.
Now is your chance to see some of your favorite SAS teachers display their theatrical talents in our third annual faculty musical, The Music Man Jr.!
The EAA program is pleased to announce the launch of our season three registration process for elementary and early learning center students.
Sign-up to audition for the elementary school play, The Secret Garden is now open for all interested forth to fifth grade students.
Kindly note that there is no late start on the first day back to school for students on Monday, January 13.
Did you miss the annual holiday concert in middle school Friday, December 20? Click on this link to watch the full video.
Check out the Notable Mentions page here and celebrate with our community.
Be sure to catch the winter issue of Journeys during break! Check your mailbox for your copy or check out the digital version here.
Our talented student-musicians have been preparing for this popular event since the decorations started going up on Orchard Road.
Thanksgiving is an American holiday that commemorates the first harvest feast shared by the English settlers in Plymouth Colony and their Native American benefactors. In 1620, 102 passengers, including religious dissenters later called Pilgrims, left England on the Mayflower in search of a better life.
Parent volunteers needed in the Creativity Center! Come in and make holiday crafts with our third through fifth grade students from December 2 to December 10.
Kindly note the following guidelines here.
TRi Time continues through Tuesday, December 3!
Welcome to Eagle Activities and Athletics season two!
Join the high school dance club in our production of The Jungle Book.
Since our doors opened in 1956, the greatest asset of Singapore American School has always been our teachers.
Bring the family and come cheer on our SAS Eagles at Friday Night Lights on Friday, November 15 from 3:15 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. sponsored by the Booster Club.
SAS elementary school's EAA proudly presents Harmony High: A Musical for Young Voices. Performances will be on November 14 and 15 at 4:30 p.m. in the elementary school theater. Admission is free, but you must have a ticket to enter so reserve your seats now!
IASAS Cultural Convention Art and Film is coming up November 7 to 9.
You're invited to come and support our talented students in their Music Festival Concerts!
Paul Anderson, a science education expert from the United States, returned to SAS to continue to support the implementation of the science curriculum from September 30 to October 4. Paul, who taught for over 20 years in the US, is an educational consultant and has also created hundreds of science videos on Youtube. Teacher teams in all the divisions engaged with Paul in a variety of ways aligned to their needs.