It's not just learning at SAS. It's life at SAS.
You might have heard that we’re pretty dedicated to academics here… and there’s some truth to that. But after being a student here for five years, I can confidently tell you that we’re just as enthusiastic about what happens outside the classroom. Name an interest, and you’ll find it at SAS – everything from knitting to rugby, we have a place for you. You’ll see that the passions we share bring us closer together, and the passions that differ create a diverse community unique to our school. With something for everyone in friendships, classes, and activities, not a day goes by where we’re not stretching ourselves with something new. On behalf of SAS, I can assure you you’ll find a home here.
– Grace Deng ‘19
The Math Club has won more trophies than you can count. Unless, of course, you're in the Math Club.
One day, you're playing with LEGOs in Pudong, the next day, you're competing against the world in Houston.
The Happiness Project, as the name indicates, exists just to put a smile on fellow students' faces.
In 1932, SAS founded the first international Girl Scout troop in the world.
With over 100 clubs to choose from at SAS, the toughest part is not finding one you'll like. It's selecting which ones to join.
SAS faculty member David Gran co-founded the Shanghai Student Film Festival. SAS students have been earning honors ever since.
If you're learning about lighting in photography class, it only makes sense to go to Iceland and use the Northern Lights as an example.
Thanks to their ambitious projects, National Art Honor Society students' presence is felt at SAS long after they graduate.
SAS students brought Blondel to life – the first international performance of a musical from famed composer Tim Rice.
From chalk to electromagnetic rays, SAS students create art using a wide variety of tools and canvases.