Singapore American School is a non-profit, private international school in Singapore, which offers an American-based curriculum for students from Early Years to High School.
Singapore American School (SAS) was founded in 1956 by a group of pioneering American parents, before Singapore was independent, with just 105 students. In 1996 Singapore American School relocated to the Woodlands area of Singapore with 2,500 students. Since then, SAS is located in Woodlands on a 36-acre campus, one of the world’s largest campuses, with open pathways to explore in the middle of a tropical rainforest, and educating more than 4,000 students today.
SAS is not only one of the world’s largest international schools. It is also a diverse and academically innovative school. Singapore American School addresses exceptional children, but they also manage to reach all types of students.
SAS is accredited by the WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges), and provides specific areas and education for:
-Early Learning Center (Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten), keeping the Reggio-inspired philosophy at the heart of SAS beliefs;
-Elementary School (Kindergarten to Fifth Grade), focussing on maintaining curiosity and creativity in the students;
-Middle School (Sixth to Eighth Grade), providing students with the space to grow themselves. Each grade level has its wing, further broken in smaller communities to help students connect with classmates and teachers; and
-High School (Ninth to Twelfth Grade), delivering flexibility and personalized academic programs.
Depending on the lane the child is assigned, school fees for 2023–24 may vary from $44,910 Tuition Fees per school year in Early Childhood (including Re-enrollment and Facility Fees) to $59,350 in High School.
Applications for the 2023-24 academic year are open. Before submitting any application, please read the SAS entry requirements here.
You can apply online at this link: APPLY ONLINE!
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