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Frequently Asked Questions

The school year runs August to June at Stamford American International School.

Stamford is open for students ages 2 through 18 (Nursery - Grade 12).

Stamford offers two rigorous programs of study: an American based curriculum enhanced by the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. Stamford also emphasizes a strong foreign language foundation.

Stamford is an IB World School and is authorized to offer the IB Middle Years Program, the IB Primary Years Program and the IB Diploma Program. IB World Schools share a common philosophy — a commitment to high quality, challenging, international education that Stamford believes is important for our students.

Located at 1 Woodleigh Lane (Off Upper Serangoon Road), Stamford's campus features modern athletic and recreational facilities. Stamford's campus is located next to the Woodleigh MRT Station.

There is daily Mandarin and Spanish foreign language instruction.

Learning Support, English as an Additional Language are available.

Music, Visual Arts, Drama, IT, Physical Education, Dance and Library instruction is provided.

Stamford observes rolling admission. If space allows, children can join the school throughout the year. More information on Stamford's Admissions process is available here.

Stamford offers door-to-door bus service island wide. Find out more here. Students may also choose to walk, bicycle, take the MRT or public bus or be driven to school.

Stamford offers a wide variety of co-curricular activities (CCA) including sports, arts, language, dance, drama and music to students in Kindergarten 2 and above. Activities are free of charge unless marked otherwise and vary each season. Activities have included Golf, Taekwondo, Sports Climbing, Phootgraphy, Parade Art, Choir, Zumba, Ballet, Drama, Robotics, Chinese Club, Math Competition, and Newspaper, among others. More information about Stamford’s CCA Program is available here.