We are excited to share our first SAS Reimagined update of the year. At the heart of this project is our desire to create warm, inspiring, sustainable learning environments for all our students. 

This project will significantly increase our learning and play spaces, prioritize wellness, enhance sustainability, reduce travel time, and help build community. More importantly, this project allows us to reimagine education. These structures are tools that empower our educators, enable them to evolve to the needs of our students, and expand the possibilities available both in and out of the classroom.

SAS Reimagined is the culmination of years of research and development work, dozens of community engagement sessions and design advisory groups, and thousands of comments, ideas, and suggestions from our entire community. 

The school board unanimously approved this project in spring 2020 and we began phase one of this last May. Outlined below are the projects currently underway, their status, and their impact on student life.

Completed

West Fields
The new West Fields are complete and ready for use. There are several tennis/multi-use courts, a full-size soccer field, and a softball field.
Middle School Play Spaces
Several new middle school play spaces have been built in the courtyard areas for students to utilize during breaks.
7C Learning Community
A new flexible learning environment has been created for middle school students in 7C. This space is the next evolution of the learning environments the middle school has been piloting for several years.
High School Cafeteria
The high school cafeteria was expanded and will feature several new food options.
Booster Club
The booster booth was relocated and upgraded. The new booth is a complete retail shopping concept where students can buy spirit wear, snacks, and more.
Campus Entrance
The campus entrance and security booth were updated to create a more welcoming experience at the front of campus.
Stadium Grandstand Demolition
The stadium grandstand demolition is complete. On this site a new viewing area will be integrated into the new elementary school.


In-progress

  • The new high school bakery, cafe, and shared dining/collaboration space on the second floor of the current high school library space are scheduled for completion this September.

  • The last of the middle school courtyards (the adventure playground) will have equipment installed this fall.

  • The elementary school campus is in progress and is currently scheduled for completion in summer 2023.

  • The 50-meter pool is in the early stages of development and is scheduled to be finished in spring 2022.

  • The new field grandstand is in progress and is currently scheduled for completion in January 2022.

  • The APEx gym and fitness center is in progress and is currently scheduled for completion in January 2022.

  • The Perch (high school dining) is in progress and is currently scheduled for completion this spring.

  • The climbing wall is being upgraded and is currently scheduled for completion this spring.

  • There are several high school dining upgrades being completed. We will launch these new dining concepts at the start of the school year.

To view a full gallery of images, please click here. To view a short video overview please click here.

Safety is our top priority as we begin this project. Click here to watch a short overview of the safety measures currently in place. The campus map below outlines where you will see construction if you come on campus. At this time there is no construction happening in our elementary or middle school. 

We will continue to share frequent updates regarding SAS Reimagined in eNews, social media, and through our SAS Reimagined webpage. We will also utilize many of our current parent meetings like division coffees to provide additional updates. This fall we will share more information regarding opportunities for you to participate in our design advisory group sessions. If you have any questions regarding SAS Reimagined, please reach out to our associate director of parent engagement, Julia Harrison (jfharrison@sas.edu.sg).