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UPCOMING EVENTS

May 25 (12pm - 2pm): Information Session - Preparing Students for Success in Secondary & Beyond

90% of graduates from our sister campus in Singapore (Stamford American International School, Singapore) are accepted to their 1st choice university, including world leading tertiary institutions such as New York University, Northwestern University, London School of Economics and University College London. We welcome you to join us at our special Open House (Information Session) for families with children entering Grade 3 and above to meet Mr. Malcolm Kay, Superintendent at Stamford, to discover how we prepare students for success in secondary, university and beyond. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE >

May 25 & 27: Open House

Join us at Open House (Information Session) to meet Mr. Malcolm Kay, Superintendent at Stamford, to discover how we realize our vision of leading individuals to achieve more than they believe they can. With over 40 years experience in the International Baccalaureate (IB), Malcolm will share how Stamford's unique combination of the IB curriculum and the American Education Reaches Out (AERO) and Common Core Plus frameworks lead to academic excellence. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE >

May 31 (4:30pm - 5:30pm): The Tiger Who Came To Tea

At Stamford American School we believe creativity, self-expression, and confidence are traits which are useful not only in the classroom, but in everything our students do at school and beyond the campus. That is why are we are delighted to invite you and your children to join us for a performing arts workshop and a meet & greet session with the cast from The Tiger Who Came To Tea, a delightful family production coming from the UK to perform live on stage in Hong Kong this summer. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE >

PAST EVENTS

April 10: Alice In Wonderland (Visual & Performing Arts) Party

We believe that creativity, self-expression and confidence are traits which extend not only within the clas, but have a positive impact on everything children do at school and beyond the campus. That is why we were delighted to partner with Kids' Gallery and invite families to join us for our free Alice In Wonderland Party to enjoy visual arts and performing arts workshops. In our visual arts session, children designed and painted their own beautiful hour glasses to take home. In our performing arts workshop, children had a blast trying on fun costumes, practicing script-reading and acting, and learning important vocal and choreography techniques. See photos >

MARCH 11: Into the Wild (Science Discovery) Party

Stamford American School partnered with the Mandarin experts from Mulberry House to host a wild exploration party conducted in both English and Mandarin. Families with children aged 4 to 8 years old joined us on an exciting, educational adventure as we explored the wild through live animal encounters (thanks to our friends from Jurassic Garage!), arts and science discovery projects and a dramatic storytelling read in Mandarin. See photos >

MARCH 8: Reading & Writing Workshops with Sarah Brennan

Celebrated award-winning children's author Sarah Brennan visited Stamord American School as part of our Global Mentor Program to inspire a love of literacy in children and parents. Sarah draws inspiration from living in Hong Kong and has written best-selling books about Chinese history and culture, including Chinese Calendar Tales and the Dirty Story series for elementary school aged kids. Stamford was delighted to invite parents and their children to meet Sarah and join us for a free storyreading session held at Safari Kid (for children ages 3 to 6 years old) and a free writing workshop (for children ages 8 to 11 years old).  See writing workshop photos > and See story reading photos > and Watch our video online >

FEBRUARY 14: Innovation Seminar with Michelle Sun

Michelle Sun, Co-Founder & CEO of First Code Academy, visited Stamford American School as part of our Global Mentor Program to inspire parents and children to be change-makers and creative entrepreneurs. Nominated as one of Forbes' "30 Under 30" for Enterprise Tech, Michelle believes every person should be empowered to use technology to express themselves and bring their ideas to life. During this exciting seminar, Michelle shared her experience of starting her own company and gave her thoughts on the importance of innovation and digital literacy in the 21st century. Parents who attended also had the chance to ask her questions about entrepreneurship, coding and what these mean for our next generation. See photos >

JANUARY 16 & 17: Free Gymnastics Workshops with Joy Koh

Flip, twist, tumble and somersault! Who doesn't like to see their child be active, confident and healthy? Joy Koh, Singapore’s highest qualified gymnastics coach and 3 times World Championships judge, visited Hong Kong as part of Stamford American School’s Global Mentor Program to teach children a combination of movement patterns and foundational sports skills. Joy also met with parents to give an inspirational talk "Raising Champions" about character building through sports and how to succeed inside and outside of the gym. See photos >