|Key dates and deadlines (Subject to change)|
|Early learning center orientation (New students enrolling January 2022)||Monday January 17, 2021 (in-person)|
|Elementary school orientation (New students enrolling January 2022)||Monday, January 17 (via Zoom)|
|Middle school orientation (New students enrolling January 2022)||Monday, January 17 (via Zoom)|
|Middle school–First day of school for new students||Monday, January 17|
|High school orientation (New students enrolling January 2022)||Monday, January 17|
|Early learning center–First day of school for new students||Tuesday, January 18|
|Elementary school–First day of school for new students||Tuesday, January 18|
Click below for January orientation timings and first day of school information
Please read about COVID-19 vaccination requirements for students below
If your child is unable to attend school on the first day, please contact the respective counseling offices:
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SAS is required to ensure that all students have completed medical examination forms on file and are immunized in accordance with current Singapore law.
Apply for SASCards and vehicle passes, buy school uniforms and school supplies, and register for bus transport services via the Eagle Stop, our one-stop shop.
Before the first day of school, all new students and parents must attend their orientation sessions during Welcome Week to prepare them for the first week of school.
Communication between school and home is vital to support student learning. We believe that students and parents benefit most by engaging directly with classroom teachers. Beyond that, SAS offers many additional tools to help parents stay connected to daily life on our campus.
For new students, fees are due within thirty (30) days of invoicing. The school may require payment of all school fees at the time of admission, when deemed appropriate due to enrollment limits, waiting lists, or other factors.
You are responsible for ensuring that your child holds a legal pass to study in Singapore. Employers arrange Dependant's Passes (DPs) for families coming to Singapore. In the absence of a DP, a student is required to either hold a Student Pass or Singaporean Permanent Residency (PR). If your child requires a Student Pass, please submit an application using a form below.
If your child is currently a Singaporean citizen, or if your child becomes a Singapore citizen, you must inform the admissions office. All Singapore citizens wishing to enroll in a Foreign System School (FSS) are required to submit an application and supporting documents for approval to the Ministry of Education at a certain age. Please note that MOE may track students who are Singapore citizens. Not abiding by this law may result in government fines and/or disruption in your child's education at SAS.
MySAS portal is a place of vital information for parents, with calendars, lunch menus, links to teacher websites, PowerSchool, absence forms, the parent directory, and more.
SAS provides a wide variety of co-curricular and extracurricular programs ranging from the arts, sports, technology, and other interests. Visit the links below to learn more.
Registration for co-curriculurs and clubs will take place in the student’s opening days of school. More information will be shared at your orientation appointment.
Our parent organizations—the Booster Club and the SAS Parent-Teacher Association—are here to help as you settle in at SAS.
The Booster Booth located in the high school atrium sells school supplies and various spirit merchandise for the SAS community.
The PTA has also partnered with School Notices Singapore to provide an online marketplace where the SAS community, whether current or alumni, can buy, sell, and advertise to one another.