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Featured Event: Open House | Oct. 6 (Sat) | 10 am - 1 pm

Spend your Saturday morning at Stamford!

October 6th, 2018 (SAT), 10am – 1pm

Stamford offers a broad and balanced curriculum so come and experience a taste of what we have to offer with your child on October 6th.  This fun-filled morning will allow your child to get creative in the STEMinn workshops at our innovation center, make their own masterpieces in both our English and Mandarin art workshops, enjoy our over 10,000 square foot arena and try their hand at fencing or basketball and express themselves through dance and drama. Be sure to capture a memorable family photo at our photo booth. We invite all Stamford and non-Stamford families to attend and enjoy a memorable morning at our campus with engaging workshops led by our highly experienced faculty.

We will also provide campus tours for family’s eager to explore our campus and learn how our students have been exceeding their growth targets through our personalized learning approach and arrive eager to learn.

Sign up today (all registrations can join our drop-in workshops)

Drop-in Workshops available:

  • Drama
  • Art (English and Mandarin)
  • Innovation Lab Experience
  • Drama
  • Music
  • Storytelling
  • Hip Hop Dance and more!

Additional Sign-ups for:

  • Fencing
  • AR Experience
  • Basketball

Registrations opening soon!


September 27 (THU): Learn about Our Lower Elementary Program

Stamford offers a broad and balanced curriculum for students starting from age of 5, combining with the rigorous American academic standards, which aims to nurture inquiring minds. The all-rounded program in Stamford equips students with strong world languages proficiency, innovative STEMinn knowledge, literacy skills, physical and emotional well-being, and more. Personalized learning is support by Measures of Academic Progress® (MAP®) assessments, where data will be used by teachers to tailor-make teaching plans for individual students. Details of the program>

The Lower Elementary Program (Pre-Primary to Grade 2) Teaching Faculty is comprised of experienced teachers, the teachers' profile can be found here>

Parents are now invited to know more about our lower elementary program from our experienced teaching faculty. The information session will include sharing from the teachers and Q&A, followed by a campus tour by the Admissions Team for parents who wish to also have a peek at the teaching facilities in Stamford. 


September 27 (THU)


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM


School Campus, 25 Man Fuk Road, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon, Hong Kong

October 3rd: Parent workshop-Positive Discipline to Encourage Positive Choices

Parenting is a hard job and teaching your child to make positive choices and develop good habits is an ongoing challenge that every parent faces. Without effective routines, emotional regulation, and clear boundaries, parenting can be frustrating, but a variety of positive strategies can help. No one has all the answers, but our experienced Pre-Primary teachers face similar challenges in the classroom. They have combined their theoretical knowledge with peer-reviewed research and tried and tested strategies and are eager to share their experience and techniques.

This hands-on workshop, conducted by Ms. Ritz, Ms. Yang, and Ms. Harrison, will provide parents with the tools to create effective routines, handle tough situations, such as boundary testing and aggression, and how to guide children toward better overall behavior. This workshop is for parents of children ages 3-7, but parents of children of all ages are welcome.

DATE: Wednesday, October 3rd

TIME: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

VENUE: Admissions Office, Suites 4005-07, Level 40, Two Exchange Square, 8 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong

October 4th (THU) Networking and Panel Discussion: Women Inspiring Women

We are excited to host our first women-only panel discussion and networking event “Women Inspiring Women”. Our panel discussion features four amazing female leaders from different industries, and we would highly encourage mothers to bring along their daughters (high school age and up) to expose them to networking and for the rare opportunity to hear from an inspiring female panel.

Our speakers include Stamford’s Head of School, Karrie Dietz, Anne O’Riordan, Managing Director of Global Life Sciences at Accenture, Lillian McCaw, Director of Human Resources at White and Case,  and Paola Cortese the Co-founder of Zero Waste Life.

You will hear about the challenges and opportunities facing women in the modern workforce, as well as the changes our speakers have encountered and conquered over the past few years, and what might be to come. Our panel of accomplished women will share their different journeys on their path to success, and what they aspire to achieve in their future.

Our panel discussion will last for approximately thirty minutes, followed by an intimate networking session with light refreshments. Join us for a great evening of inspiration and empowerment you cannot afford to miss.

Past Events

August 8 & 9th: STEM Workshop

Stamford understands it is important to keep motivating students during the summer holiday to be innovative by hands-on experience. Therefore, Stamford invited Cesar Jung-Harada, Stamford Global Mentor and MakerBay Founder, to hold 2 STEM workshops for kids ages 5-8 and 9-12 on Design & Construction and Wind-Powered Land Yacht respectively, to inspire kids to learn technology and skills that will help them to solve the problems of the world later. The 2 workshops are FREE for all future innovators!

**Workshop is open to Stamford and non-Stamford students

How to Inspire Your Child to Love Reading

FREE Parent Workshop | August 22 | 1 pm

How can you help inspire your child to love reading in a digital world?  To help parents learn strategies to ensure your child develop a lifelong love for books Stamford has brought international literacy consultant and the director of LitLife International, Mr. Vincent Ventura for a FREE parent workshop. Vincent has worked with parents and children worldwide to develop children’s literacy skills.

This 1-hour workshop followed by a Q&A session is best suited for parents of children in kindergarten and elementary school (ages 4-8) The workshop will last for 1 hour and accompanied by a Q&A session.


August 22nd | 1:00pm-2:30pm 


Stamford American School, 25 Man Fuk Road, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon

July 26 & 27th: Open House

Join one of the 2 Open House sessions this summer in our Central Admissions Officer led by our Head of School, Ms. Karrie Dietz, where you can learn about Stamford's perfect blend between inquiry-based learning and rigorous academic standards to allow you child not only to achieve more than they believe they can, but to also show you their amazing progress. 

Two Sessions: 

July 26th (Thursday) - 12:30pm-1:30pm

July 27th (Friday) - 8:30am-9:30am

July 11-13th: Free 3-Day Teen Workshop with The Spike Lab

This July, The Spike Lab in collaboration with Stamford American School Hong Kong, held a 3-day start-up boot camp. This immersive experience gave the participating child skills that last a lifetime as they become entrepreneurs for a week beginning with developing a design and finished with a pitch to local professionals.

Working in small team’s, children developed critical thinking, teamwork and presentation skills. Stamford and The Spike lab are both passionate about helping children tap into their passions and fostering innovative thinking.

Day 1 - Design Thinking & Lean Innovation

Day 2 - Prototyping, testing and pitch introduction

Day 3 - Pitching

Full details at >

July 12th: Parent Seminar with The Spike Lab(普通話)

座談會由 The Spike Lab 共同創辦人——Larry Liu以普通話主講。他講解了美國常春藤聯盟內的八所名牌大學的入學條件,解釋了出眾的學業成績並不是他們唯一的考慮因素。家長透過參加這次座談會,了解到進入美國頂尖大學就讀究竟該做哪些準備、申請過程又有什麼需要注意。

Larry Liu, Co-founder of The Spike Lab, explained the role of innovation in university admissions through the perspective of admissions officers and  why grades alone are no longer enough. He also shared inspirational stories about how regular students discovered their passions, developed those passions into extraordinary achievements, and went on to awe the top universities.

Full details at>

June 21st: Writing Workshop-How to Prepare your Child to Excel in Primary School

 Join Stamford for a writing workshop led by two of our expert educators, pre-primary teachers, Ms. Talia Ritz and Ms. Jessica Lau. This 1.5 hour session will teach you simple but effective ways to help your child develop the necessary skills for writing. The workshop will demonstrate easy-to-do activities, techniques and resources to help bring out the budding author in your child. 

This workshop is best suited for parents of children ages 4-7, but all are welcome. To register go to>