4,025 students



56 Nationalities

North America: 2,313
Asia: 1,411
Europe: 181
Australia, Fiji, New Zealand: 85
Africa: 11


Staff & Faculty

675 total employees


395 faculty members


average faculty retention

percent of faculty hold a master's or doctorate degree


Class Sizes

10.2 : 1

student to faculty ratio


preschool and pre-kindergarten students per class


kindergarten through fifth grade students per class


sixth through twelfth grade students per class


29 Advanced Placement courses offered


Advanced Placement (AP) courses offered

Five Advanced Topic courses offered


Advanced Topic (AT) courses offered

AP examination results Ninety sixth

of schools worldwide

earning a 3 or higher on at least one AP exam

MAP test results Ninety fourth

of schools worldwide

giving the MAP, for all grades and subjects

SAT mean scores Critical Reading Mathematics

High SAT mean scores

ACT scores English Mathematics Reading Science Reasoning

High ACT scores

Post-High School Education

University attendance for the Classes of 2013 to 2016


4-year college matriculation rate

Ivy League Institutionsstudents matriculated
Cornell University14
University of Pennsylvania10
Columbia University8
Brown University5
Harvard University5
Princeton University2
Yale University2
Top 8 Universities by attendancestudents matriculated
New York University39
University of British Columbia30
Northeastern University29
Northwestern University17
University of California16
University of Southern California15
Purdue University15
Carnegie Mellon University15

Technology in SAS

1:1 Program

Each student from kindergarten to twelfth grade has access to their own device in order to support personalized learning


in elementary school

Macbook Air

in middle school

Bring Your Own Laptop

in high school






Desktop computers

Apple logo


Apple Distinguished Educators

Google Logo


Google Certified Educators

World Languages in SAS

Qualified American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Oral Proficiency Interview testers

world language teachers certified as ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview testers

Daily Elementary World Language program in Chinese and Spanish

Daily Middle school classes in Chinese, Spanish, or French

2 years of required high school language study in Chinese, Spanish, or french

Off-Campus Learning

Yearlong service learning projects and field trips around singapore for Elementary school students

Classroom Without Walls to Malaysia, Indonesia, ANd Singapore For Middle School Students

choice of 60 Interim Semester programs in 28 countries For High School Students

Campus Facilities

36 acres total1-acre rainforest
3 libraries3 cafeterias
Fitness center and dance studios2 outdoor covered play areas
1,000-seat stadium1 air-conditioned climbing wall
Art wings with in-house kilns, and graphic art, photography, and film studiosVocal and instrumental classrooms with small group practice rooms
5 air-conditioned gymnasiums1 high-ropes course
Modern science, engineering, and robotics labsTrack and field, baseball, softball, soccer, and rugby fields
3 swimming pools5 tennis courts
3 auditoriums10 3D printers
3,300 panel 1-MWp system, one of Singapore's largest solar panel arraysCertified Green Mark Gold, Singapore's highest green building rating

Activities and Athletics in SAS

Eagles Varsity logo


elementary after school activities


middle school sports and clubs


high school clubs and organizations

High School Varsity Sports
Cross country
Touch rugby
Track and field

Part of

Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asian Schools

Interscholastic Association of Southeast Asian Schools

Athletic COnference of Singapore International Schools

Athletic Conference of Singapore International Schools

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Education in the past has been good at making kids fit the mold: the IB mold, the AP mold, the IGCSE mold. The mold often says what is possible and what is not. Singapore American School, however, is giving students possibilities like never before with personalized learning, new course offerings, and passion pathways. Students at SAS find their true selves rather than letting a system define who they can become and how far they can go.