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National History Day, the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, and the American Battle Monuments Commission celebrate the awarding of two first-place prizes from the 2016 National Association of Interpretation Media Competition.

Global Perspectives: Professional Learning Communities At Work™ in International Schools is about building professional learning communities and is edited by Singapore American School executive director of strategic programs Dr. Timothy S. Stuart.

The Singapore-based SAS Foundation Ltd. and the United States-based Singapore American School Foundation recently voted to grant a total of $3,694,430 SGD to the school for the benefit of its students and faculty in academic year 2016-17.

Dr. John J. Medina has a lifelong fascination with the way the brain reacts to and organizes information. As part of SpeakerSeries@SAS, he shares his insights on how the brain learns, and how brain science might influence the way we teach children.

Singapore American School (SAS) Summer Semester is pleased to announce its continued relationship with its longtime partner, TS College Tours, the leading provider of college and university tour programs for international students.

Having written 18 books, owned several publishing companies, written for the stage and television, recorded a CD, performed at schools and conferences around the world, produced jazz and book festivals, hosted a weekly radio show, worked for the U.S. Government, and taught in a high school, Kwame Alexander's next stop is Singapore.
TEDxYouth@SAS was founded in March 2015 through the receipt of a license from TED. The May conference, centered around the theme
The Association for Music in International Schools (AMIS) will be holding their annual high school Honor Band & Orchestra Festival March 19 to 21, and Singapore American School has been selected to host this epic event.
Registration is now open for Singapore American School's Summer Semester, with two sessions available. Summer Semester offers unique courses and opportunities that go beyond those in the regular school year at SAS and is a great alternative to traditional summer camp options.
What is your creative outlet? Reading? Writing? Cooking? Art? The iCreate Conference on January 23 and 24 at Singapore American School was a great opportunity for attendees to get in touch with their creative side and learn how valuable a creative approach can be in childhood education.
Singapore American School (SAS), a private international school in Singapore, with world-class facilities and innovative programs, is pleased to announce that it has once again received the fullest term of accreditation possible under WASC.