Updates for the Week of 24 April

Quote of the Week:

师傅领进门,修行在个人。

— Anon.


Thank you, parents, for Faculty Appreciation Day, and for your participation in Parent-Teacher Conferences and Career Exploration Week!

School was filled with parents last week; it was wonderful to have strong parent participation and presence on campus. Thank you, parents, and, of course, the leadership of our PTSA for your kindness, generosity, and support of our school!

The High School’s Final Concert of 2016-17, It Might As Well Be Spring, was a delightful showcase of the breadth and depth of our instrumental and vocal music programs. Congratulations to all who performed and thanks to all who attended.

Prom at the Grand Kempinski was a beautiful final formal dance for our students, their guests, and the faculty who attended.

Once again, the Class of 2017 is demonstrating that the strengths of an SAS education translate into acceptances at the finest colleges and universities in the world. Our 2016-17 schoolwide college list is online and can be found here:

https://www.saschina.org/en/academics/high-school/class-of-2017

The list is updated weekly on Fridays.


Upcoming Events

  • 12th grade IB Diploma candidates MUST ATTEND one last meeting in the library, block 2B, on Monday April 24th. This meeting will take around an hour.
  • WASC Interim Visit April 23rd-26th
    • The Western Association of Colleges and Schools (WASC) is our accrediting institution. Our association with WASC is central to our identity, as the essential questions we explore together help us to reflect and improve as a school.We have recently submitted to WASC a “Mid-Cycle Report” to mark changes and progress towards the school-wide goals established in our 2014 self-study. From April 23 -26, we will host on our campuses a visiting team of leaders and educators representing WASC . Their goal will be to offer observations and guidance as we mark our journey towards the next formal self-study, a process that we will begin in 2018-19. As part of this visit, the WASC committee will offer a public report to the SAS community on Tuesday, April 25 at 3:15 pm. It will take place in the Puxi campus PAC and will broadcast simultaneously in the Pudong campus PAC so that the full SAS community can receive the report together. All parents are invited.
  • High School Spirit Assembly April 27th
  • Transformation Charity Fashion Show April 28th
    • The FIDM Fashion Club is hosting our first TRANSFORMATION CHARITY FASHION SHOW on APRIL 28, 2017! DOORS OPEN at 4PM and seats are first come first serve so please come on down to the BLACK BOX THEATRE for an amazing show! Tickets are ¥30 plus a FREE BUBBLE TEA (out of 3 choices) sponsored by UC Lemon! Tickets will be sold on MONDAY, APRIL 24 in the front of the cafeteria so come support!
  • 4th Annual Iron Eagle Triathlon May 8th
    • Due to popular demand, we have extended the deadline to get your registration forms and money into the Cashier’s office. We will be accepting forms and money until Friday, April 28th. Please take your money directly to Veronica in the Cashier’s office on the 2nd floor Main Hallway. This is a fun, no-pressure event full of camaraderie and excitement that the whole family can take part in. If you need more information or need an extra registration form, please check out our blog: http://sites.saschina.org/triathlon/
    • To run an event of this magnitude, we also need volunteers.  If you can help us, please sign up here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f45afab29a0fd0-sasiron

STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Students interested in running for office next year should check out the StuCo Executive Election Handbook 2017~2018 for details. If you wish to run or are simply curious, head on over to Mrs. Brosseau’s room (H204) during break (9:45 AM) to pick up a Candidate and Speech Approval form and earn the eligibility to join the race. The current Student Council executive team looks forward to meeting you all prospective candidates!

StuCo Executive Election Schedule 2017:

Monday April 24: Campaigning begins at 8:00am

Friday April 27: Speech Approval Forms due at 3:00PM

Tuesday May 23: Live Candidate Speeches in front of Grades 9~11, Ballot Voting commences at 1:00PM

Wednesday May 24: Announcement of Election Winners


Please Read for End of Year Information

Please take a moment to download and read this important document. It contains information about the end of the school year including review days, exams, and student obligations from now until the last day of school. This information is extensive and somewhat complex. It is important to read it carefully and to keep it in mind as you plan for these next 7 weeks. Some key points are also covered below. Please read carefully.

FINAL EXAMS/LEAVING EARLY: Please note that the school year ends on June 9. It is very important for students to be able to say good-bye to departing friends – or leave themselves – in a positive way. We build in opportunities for kids to do that – to spend time together, to sign yearbooks, to see each of their teachers, to return all school property, etc. This can only happen if students are here. Therefore:

  • Please do not plan for your children to be absent during the week of Final Exams, May 31-June 7. Students should be prepared to attend school on any and all of those days; do not make travel arrangements that interfere with these important final exams. Students will not be granted early or late exams except in cases of extreme emergency or illness which is documented by a physician. Students must take final exams on the assigned days. The exam schedule will be published before April 28.
  • June 8 is an 8-block day when students complete their signouts and see each of their teachers, clean out lockers, etc. It is very important for all students to be in school on that day. All official school records will be held until a student signs out completely for the academic year.
  • June 9 is the last day. While we do not have regular classes on that day, we do have time for students to get together, say final good-byes, and enjoy a final end of year assembly together.

AP Exam Study Days

Note that AP exam students are allowed to take the calendar day immediately prior to an AP exam to stay home to study, or alternately teachers may schedule a required study session in school. On exam days, students may come and leave school at their leisure. After the exam day, students are expected to report to their AP class on schedule as before the exam.

IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1. 

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Heating and Ventilation. The ventilation system will be operating, but students are encouraged to wear layers. The exam rooms are large and can easily become too hot or too cold for some students
  • Buses will run from Gubei 0640 and Jinqiao Starbuck 0700. The return journey will be after the last exam, which may be as late as 4pm.
  • Nurse. We will have a school nurse on campus
  • Last minute concerns. The school phones will not be answered on May 1, so please do not call the school. If you have any concerns, please email us immediately. We will be checking our mail prior to exams. Each examination board has unique rules regarding student attendance at exams. If for any reason you are running late, communicate with us.
  • Afternoon exam only? We are only running buses to school early morning and returning late afternoon. Students who only take afternoon exams are welcome to come in to school by bus. Study space will be available for them. We are also able to have supervision in the weights room for a limited amount of time. If you are arranging private transport, please be mindful that this is a nationwide holiday and that transport and traffic could be unpredictable.
  • Exams on May 1 include
    • IB Business Management (am)
    • IB Global Politics (am)
    • IB Biology (pm)
    • AP Environmental Science (am)
    • AP Chemistry (am)
    • AP Psychology (pm)
  • Exam Times
    • Morning Exams: Report to exam room at 08:00
    • Afternoon Exams:
      • Report to IB exam room at 12:00
      • Report to AP exam rooms at 12:30
  • Exam Locations May 1
    • HS Gyms

Library Notices

The end of the School Year is in view. That means that there are some important library closing dates approaching.

ILL-Interlibrary Loan between Puxi and Pudong will end on May 2nd
All ILL Books need to be return as rapidly after May 2nd as possible so that they can be returned to the appropriate Library

  • Seniors
    All Books and library materials need to come in by May 2nd
    Senior Sign-outs will begin as soon as you get your sign-out paperwork— don’t wait until the last day
  • Other Students/Parents
    Last day for checkouts – May 26th
    All Student and Parent books in by May 31st

General Information and Links: 

Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.

Looking for info on your China Alive Trip or for TheEleven?

Look here: http://sites.saschina.org/pdhschinaalive

Or, for 11th graders, here: TheEleven.


Especially for Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.

To answer a perennial question: “Does the school sponsor any Graduation Parties, trips, or other events such as group trips after Graduation?” The answer is “No.” While we welcome visits by our graduates back to school, any individual or group activities by groups of current Grade 12 students are individual or family-sponsored.

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Updates for the Week of 17 April

Quote of the Week:

Now is no time to think of what you do not have. Think of what you can do with what there is.

— Ernest Hemingway


The Year’s Last APAC is Now Behind Us, Concerts and Parent Teacher Conferences are Upcoming, College Acceptances are Rolling in…

Congratulations to all of our student-athletes and coaches for another strong season’s finish! APAC Results:

  • Badminton: Boys 3rd, Girls 1st
  • Soccer: Boys 8th, Girls 7th
  • Softball: 4th
  • Track & Field: Boys 2nd, Girls 5th

Concert season starts this week! Reserve your tickets for this year’s high school music concert, It Might As Well Be Spring, on April 18 @ 6:00 p.m. Bussing is available from Gubei (4:30 p.m.) and Jinqiao (5:00 p.m.). Make sure you keep up to date with all of Pudong’s performing arts events at http://sites.saschina.org/performingarts/. And don’t forget that tickets for all of our events are available 2 weeks before the event at https://pudong-performing-arts.ticketleap.com

Once again, the Class of 2017 is demonstrating that the strengths of an SAS education translate into acceptances at the finest colleges and universities in the world. Our 2016-17 schoolwide college list is online and can be found here:

https://www.saschina.org/en/academics/high-school/class-of-2017

The list is updated weekly on Fridays.


Upcoming Events

  • 12th grade IB Diploma candidates MUST ATTEND two meetings in the library, block 2B, on Monday April 17th and Monday April 24th. Both of these meeting will take around an hour.
  • Prom will take place on the evening of Saturday, April 22nd, from 7:00pm to 11:00pm at the Grand Kempinski, Pudong. Parents should note that there are no other school-sponsored activities before or after the Prom on that evening. Any other parties or gatherings are private and are not school-related or school-sponsored.
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences April 20th-21st
    • Conferences run afterschool on the 20th and all day on the 21st. Buses will run to and from the Jinqiao and Gubei Starbucks stores:
      • April 20:
        • From Jinqiao at 2pm
        • To Jinqiao at 6:15pm
        • From Gubei at 1:45pm
        • To Gubei at 6:15pm
      • April 21:
        • From Jinqiao at 7am, 12 noon
        • To Jinqiao at 11am, 3:15pm,
        • From Gubei at 6:45am, 11:45am,
        • To Gubei at 11 am, 3:15pm
  • WASC Interim Visit April 23rd-26th
    • The Western Association of Colleges and Schools (WASC) is our accrediting institution. Our association with WASC is central to our identity, as the essential questions we explore together help us to reflect and improve as a school.We have recently submitted to WASC a “Mid-Cycle Report” to mark changes and progress towards the school-wide goals established in our 2014 self-study. From April 23 -26, we will host on our campuses a visiting team of leaders and educators representing WASC . Their goal will be to offer observations and guidance as we mark our journey towards the next formal self-study, a process that we will begin in 2018-19. As part of this visit, the WASC committee will offer a public report to the SAS community on Tuesday, April 25 at 3:15 pm. It will take place in the Puxi campus PAC and will broadcast simultaneously in the Pudong campus PAC so that the full SAS community can receive the report together. All parents are invited.
  • 4th Annual Iron Eagle Triathlon May 8th
    • Parents, teachers and students from Shanghai American School community are encouraged to sign-up for this event. This is a fun, no-pressure event full of camaraderie and excitement that the whole family can take part in.   Please register for the event by Friday, April 21st. If you need more information or need an extra registration form, please check out the blog below:

Triathlon Information Blog: http://sites.saschina.org/triathlon/

To run an event of this magnitude, we also need volunteers.  If you can help us, please sign up here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f45afab29a0fd0-sasiron


STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Students interested in running for office next year should check out the StuCo Executive Election Handbook 2017~2018 for details. If you wish to run or are simply curious, head on over to Mrs. Brosseau’s room (H204) during break (9:45 AM) to pick up a Candidate and Speech Approval form and earn the eligibility to join the race. The current Student Council executive team looks forward to meeting you all prospective candidates!

StuCo Executive Election Schedule 2017:

Monday April 17, 9:45am: Mandatory Candidate Information Sessions (all candidates must attend one session)

Tuesday April 18, 9:45am: Mandatory Candidate Information Sessions (all candidates must attend one session)

Wednesday April 19, 9:45am: Mandatory Candidate Information Sessions (all candidates must attend one session)

Friday April 21: Declaration of Candidacy Forms due at 3:00PM; Candidates announced via email at 9:00pm

Monday April 24: Campaigning begins at 8:00am

Friday April 27: Speech Approval Forms due at 3:00PM

Tuesday May 23: Live Candidate Speeches in front of Grades 9~11, Ballot Voting commences at 1:00PM

Wednesday April 24: Announcement of Election Winners


Please Read for End of Year Information

Please take a moment to download and read this important document. It contains information about the end of the school year including review days, exams, and student obligations from now until the last day of school. This information is extensive and somewhat complex. It is important to read it carefully and to keep it in mind as you plan for these next 9 weeks. Some key points are also covered below. Please read carefully.

FINAL EXAMS/LEAVING EARLY: Please note that the school year ends on June 9. It is very important for students to be able to say good-bye to departing friends – or leave themselves – in a positive way. We build in opportunities for kids to do that – to spend time together, to sign yearbooks, to see each of their teachers, to return all school property, etc. This can only happen if students are here. Therefore:

  • Please do not plan for your children to be absent during the week of Final Exams, May 31-June 7. Students should be prepared to attend school on any and all of those days; do not make travel arrangements that interfere with these important final exams. Students will not be granted early or late exams except in cases of extreme emergency or illness which is documented by a physician. Students must take final exams on the assigned days. The exam schedule will be published before April 28.
  • June 8 is an 8-block day when students complete their signouts and see each of their teachers, clean out lockers, etc. It is very important for all students to be in school on that day. All official school records will be held until a student signs out completely for the academic year.
  • June 9 is the last day. While we do not have regular classes on that day, we do have time for students to get together, say final good-byes, and enjoy a final end of year assembly together.

AP Exam Study Days

Note that AP exam students are allowed to take the calendar day immediately prior to an AP exam to stay home to study, or alternately teachers may schedule a required study session in school. On exam days, students may come and leave school at their leisure. After the exam day, students are expected to report to their AP class on schedule as before the exam.

IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1. 

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Heating and Ventilation. The ventilation system will be operating, but students are encouraged to wear layers. The exam rooms are large and can easily become too hot or too cold for some students
  • Buses will run from Gubei 0640 and Jinqiao Starbuck 0700. The return journey will be after the last exam, which may be as late as 4pm.
  • Nurse. We will have a school nurse on campus
  • Last minute concerns. The school phones will not be answered on May 1, so please do not call the school. If you have any concerns, please email us immediately. We will be checking our mail prior to exams. Each examination board has unique rules regarding student attendance at exams. If for any reason you are running late, communicate with us.
  • Afternoon exam only? We are only running buses to school early morning and returning late afternoon. Students who only take afternoon exams are welcome to come in to school by bus. Study space will be available for them. We are also able to have supervision in the weights room for a limited amount of time. If you are arranging private transport, please be mindful that this is a nationwide holiday and that transport and traffic could be unpredictable.
  • Exams on May 1 include
    • IB Business Management (am)
    • IB Global Politics (am)
    • IB Biology (pm)
    • AP Environmental Science (am)
    • AP Chemistry (am)
    • AP Psychology (pm)
  • Exam Times
    • Morning Exams: Report to exam room at 08:00
    • Afternoon Exams:
      • Report to IB exam room at 12:00
      • Report to AP exam rooms at 12:30
  • Exam Locations May 1
    • HS Gyms

General Information and Links: 

Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.

Looking for info on your China Alive Trip or for TheEleven?

Look here: http://sites.saschina.org/pdhschinaalive

Or, for 11th graders, here: TheEleven.


Especially for Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.

To answer a perennial question: “Does the school sponsor any Graduation Parties, trips, or other events such as group trips after Graduation?” The answer is “No.” While we welcome visits by our graduates back to school, any individual or group activities by groups of current Grade 12 students are individual or family-sponsored.

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Updates for the Week of 10 April

Quote of the Week:

Almost any experience is improved by paying full attention to it.

— Kelly McGonigal


Spirit Week Continues through Tuesday, then APAC Begins Wednesday

  • Monday 4/10 — PJ Day
  • Tuesday 4/11 — Class Colors

Upcoming Events

  • Mandatory Meetings for All AP Students Monday and Tuesday, April 10th and 11th
    • During flexes on Monday, April 10 & Tuesday, April 11, AP students must attend one of our AP Preadministration Sessions. Come to the LLH at the start of flex period. Bring a pencil.
  • Parent-Teacher Conferences April 20th-21st
    • Conferences run afterschool on the 20th and all day on the 21st. Please be sure to sign up before the end of the day Friday 17 April.
  • Prom will take place on the evening of Saturday, April 22nd, from 7:00pm to 11:00pm at the Grand Kempinski, Pudong. Parents should note that there are no other school-sponsored activities before or after the Prom on that evening. Any other parties or gatherings are private and are not school-related or school-sponsored.
  • 4th Annual Iron Eagle Triathlon May 8th
    • Parents, teachers and students from Shanghai American School community are encouraged to sign-up for this event. This is a fun, no-pressure event full of camaraderie and excitement that the whole family can take part in.   Please register for the event by Friday, April 21st. If you need more information or need an extra registration form, please check out the blog below:

Triathlon Information Blog: http://sites.saschina.org/triathlon/

To run an event of this magnitude, we also need volunteers.  If you can help us, please sign up here: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f45afab29a0fd0-sasiron


Please Read for End of Year Information

Please take a moment to download and read this important document. It contains information about the end of the school year including review days, exams, and student obligations from now until the last day of school. This information is extensive and somewhat complex. It is important to read it carefully and to keep it in mind as you plan for these next 9 weeks. Some key points are also covered below. Please read carefully.

The school year ends on June 9. It is very important for students to be able to say good-bye to departing friends – or leave themselves – in a positive way. We build in opportunities for kids to do that – to spend time together, to sign yearbooks, to see each of their teachers, to return all school property, etc. This can only happen if students are here. Therefore:

  • Please do not plan to be absent during the week of Final Exams, May 31-June 7. Students should be prepared to attend school on any and all of those days; do not make travel arrangements that interfere with these important final exams. Students will not be granted early or late exams except in cases of extreme emergency or illness which is documented by a physician. Students must take final exams on the assigned days. The exam schedule will be published before April 28.
  • June 8 is an 8-block day when students complete their signouts and see each of their teachers, clean out lockers, etc. It is very important for all students to be in school on that day. All official school records will be held until a student signs out completely for the academic year.
  • June 9 is the last day. While we do not have regular classes on that day, we do have time for students to get together, say final good-byes, and enjoy a final end of year assembly together.

IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1. 

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Limited buses will run
  • AP Exams on this day: Chemistry, Environmental Science, Psychology
  • IB Exams on this day: Biology, Business Management, Global Politics

More details to come.


General Information and Links: 

Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.

Looking for info on your China Alive Trip or for TheEleven?

Look here: http://sites.saschina.org/pdhschinaalive

Or, for 11th graders, here: TheEleven.


Especially for Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.

To answer a perennial question: “Does the school sponsor any Graduation Parties, trips, or other events such as group trips after Graduation?” The answer is “No.” While we welcome visits by our graduates back to school, any individual or group activities by groups of current Grade 12 students are individual or family-sponsored.

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Parent Teacher Conferences: April 20th and 21st

Dear High School Parents,

Through Schoology, parents and students now have regular, ongoing, and transparent access to view grades in all courses. As in the fall, we will not have Mid-Semester Reports this semester.

I hope that you have found the Schoology platform intuitive and check it regularly. We encourage you to be in ongoing conversation with your student and with teachers as necessary. If you have not yet done so this spring, please log into to Schoology now to get a sense of how your child is doing academically.

You will have the opportunity to discuss your child’s progress with faculty in person at the upcoming Parent Teacher Conferences which will be held on April 20th and 21st.

Please make appointments online through PowerSchool using the Conference Planner.

Online registration will close at 4 pm on April 17th.

Once you have signed in to the parent portal on PowerSchool, you can make appointments with your children(s) teachers by clicking on the teacher’s link (“Make Appointment”) that will show the time slots available for that teacher.

Although we do suggest that you touch base with all your child’s teachers, you are not required to meet with each individual teacher.

Online sign up process for scheduled interviews:

  • Log in to the parent portal on PowerSchool.
  • On the left navigation menu, click the Conference Planner. Click on each teacher link (“Make Appointment”).
  • Select one 10-minute slot for each teacher. If you require additional time we request that you first contact the teacher directly, so you can coordinate a longer block of time. The teacher will then block off the additional time on their end of the sign ups. We have allowed 5-minute travel time from one classroom to the next between interviews.
  • Once you have completed the sign up process, all the sign up information for your family is shown on the page or you can click on the “Print Schedule for Your Family” button with all the conference times, the teacher names, and room numbers. You have the option to print this page too.
  • Should you wish to change your appointment you may log back in and alter your time. This can be done until 4:00 pm on April 17th.
  • If you would like to schedule, modify or cancel an appointment after the 4:00 pm deadline on April 17th 1st then please contact the teacher directly via email to add, modify, or cancel an appointment.

If you do sign up for a time slot it is very important that you actually attend during your scheduled appointment.

If you have any difficulties with the sign up process in PowerSchool, or need assistance with Schoology, please contact Eric Castro, PowerSchool Engineer at Eric.Castro@saschina.org or the appropriate Vice Principal for your child.

Thank you! We look forward to seeing you and your child at conferences.

Benjamin Lee, Ed.D.

High School Principal

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Updates for the Week of 3 April

Quote of the Week:

Unobserved thought settles into character.

–Rodney Smith


Welcome back to a short but spirited week…

Hopefully, your spring break included some time to rest and recharge; from here to the end of the school year, we will be busy! (Please note that we do not have school Monday or Tuesday this week. See you back at school on Wednesday the 5th.)

Welcome back to all, and particularly to the four PDHS trips which were out over the break in:

  • Borneo on a SEASFiRE rainforest to reef expedition to study interlinked ecosystems
  • India to visit the Pardada Pardadi Educational Foundation and study rural development issues
  • Russia for a Model UN conference
  • Sri Lanka on a Habitat for Humanity trip

We’re so lucky to have these amazing international travel opportunities available for our students. These experiences provide powerful learning experiences which enrich our students’ understanding of the world beyond SAS. Thanks to all of the faculty who make them possible!


Parents: Director of College Counseling Candidate, Mindy Rose, Visits Wednesday

I hope you’ll be able to join us in the Library at 8am Wednesday morning to meet Mindy, ask her your questions, and hear about her background and vision for this important aspect of our school. You may view her résumé online through PowerSchool to get a sense of her background.


 It’s Spirit Week!

  • Wednesday 4/5 — Green Day (Environment)
  • Thursday 4/6 — Hero Day
  • Friday 4/7 —Eagle Pride Day—Send the APAC teams off by showing how much spirit and pride we have in our school
  • Monday 4/10 — PJ Day
  • Tuesday 4/11 — Class Colors

 Looking for info on your China Alive Trip?

Look here:

http://sites.saschina.org/pdhschinaalive

And this year, we begin a new tradition for our 11th graders: TheEleven.


Parent-Teacher Conferences are Coming Up: April 20th and 21st

Please mark these dates on your calendars now, and sign up on Powerschool according to the schedule below for conference times. Conferences run afterschool on the 20th and all day on the 21st.

  • April 5 – Start of All Parent Portal Sign up for Family with 3 or more students in our school and SAS staff/teachers
  • April 6 – Start of All Puxi Parent Portal sign up
  • April 7 – Start of All Pudong Parent Portal sign up
  • April 17 – End of all sign up

IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1. 

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Limited buses will run
  • AP Exams on this day: Chemistry, Environmental Science, Psychology
  • IB Exams on this day: Biology, Business Management, Global Politics

More details to come.


May 8th: SAS TRIATHLON: AN EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY!

Welcome to our 4th Annual SAS Iron Eagle Triathlon scheduled for Monday May 8th, 2017 based in and around the SAS Pudong Campus and Links Golf Course. If you have ever thought about registering for a Triathlon in the past but were a little intimidated, then this is the race for you.  In conjunction with the Shanghai Triathlon Club, we hope to have over 400 taking part, and it could be your first opportunity to dip your toes in the world of Triathlon.  It’s a fun, no-pressure environment full of camaraderie, stories and excitement that the whole family can take part in. Our Triathlon was close to selling out the last time we ran the event so make sure to register early.  Registration opens in early April for this great SAS Community event. 

Come out and enjoy the fun, volunteers needed!

Volunteer URL: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/10C0F45AFAB29A0FD0-sasiron 

(if you are having trouble opening up SignUpGenius, please contact Sandy.Elder@saschina.org)

Registration QR Code/ URL: Registration coming soon

There will be different colors for different age groups.

Age Group

Start Time

Swimming

Bike

Running

color

3-6

2:45

25 meters

500 meters

400 meters

Blue

7-8

3:00

125 meters

950 meters

400 meters

Yellow

9-12

3:15

225 meters

3.5 km (1 lap)

1.8 km (1 lap)

Red

13-15

3:40

325 meters

6.7 km (2 laps)

3.3 km (2 laps)

Green

16+

4:00

325 meters

6.7 km (2 laps)

3.3 km (2 laps)

White

 


Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.


Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.


Summer Opportunities!

Did you know you can research summer programs through our Naviance system? There are 2,895 programs listed and you can search by category, key word or state/country. If you are looking for a summer activity, start here. If you want more information, please visit Naviance, Click on the “Colleges” tab, in the “College Research” block in the middle of the page you will see “Enrichment Programs” on the bottom right. Please see a counselor with any questions.

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Updates for the Week of 20 March

Quote of the Week:

In the modern age, we don’t need to know everything, but we do need to be able to talk to other people.

— David Baker


The Run Up to Spring Break

While there always is a lot happening at school, the weeks leading up to spring break seem particularly full. We enjoyed and celebrated multiple performances, events, athletic and intellectual contests, workshops, and activities last week, among them:

  • The wonderfully performed, beautifully staged musical Once on this Island;
  • China Cup Badminton at Puxi;
  • Friday Night Lights Soccer versus Concordia;
  • Our final, well-attended Admissions Coffee & Tour for prospective families;
  • The AMIS Band and Orchestra festival in Luxembourg;
  • The Intel Regional Science Fair in Chengdu;
  • The SAS Puxi Robotics Tournament;
  • The Shanghai Student Film Festival;
  • Several days of class visits and parent sessions by John Tummon, Senior Prevention Specialist with FCD.

Enjoy the break’s opportunity to rest and recharge: We will careen into our brief vacation at a fast and energetic pace, take a quick breather, and then sprint to the end of the year directly from our All-School Spirit Week our first week back in April.


Animal Rescue Fun Week

This whole week will be Animal Rescue Fun Week at PDHS with bake sales, “pie-in-the-face” action and — for the first time ever — The Puppy Play Pen.

On Friday, March 24, HS Animal Rescue presents Puppy Play Pen, an interactive event where students can interact with dogs. This event will take place between 10:30 – 1:30 outside of the cafeteria between the Eagle shop and the entrance to the school. Parents are welcome to come join us and play with these dogs, some of which are in need of foster parents or a forever home. Brochures will be available if families are interested in fostering or adopting. If any student or parent would like to attend and interact with the dogs, please pick up and return your signed form to the HS Office no later than March 23. This form must be turned in or the student will not be allowed to play with the dogs.

In addition to Puppy Play Pen, Animal Rescue will also be holding a bake sale selling not just delicious treats, but also our Pets of SAS Calendar.

We hope to see you there!


Looking for info on your China Alive Trip?

Look here:

http://sites.saschina.org/pdhschinaalive

And this year, we begin a new tradition for our 11th graders: TheEleven.


Parent-Teacher Conferences are Coming Up: April 20th and 21st

Please mark these dates on your calendars now, and watch soon for information about signing up for conference times. Conferences run afterschool on the 20th and all day on the 21st.


IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1. 

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Limited buses will run
  • AP Exams on this day: Chemistry, Environmental Science, Psychology
  • IB Exams on this day: Biology, Business Management, Global Politics

More details to come.


May 8th: SAS TRIATHLON: AN EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY!

We will be hosting a TRIATHLON again (along with the Shanghai Triathlon Club) for 400 people (ages 3 – adult) on Monday, May 8th. Sign-ups will open soon. Watch for it.


Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.


Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.


Summer Opportunities!

Did you know you can research summer programs through our Naviance system? There are 2,895 programs listed and you can search by category, key word or state/country. If you are looking for a summer activity, start here. If you want more information, please visit Naviance, Click on the “Colleges” tab, in the “College Research” block in the middle of the page you will see “Enrichment Programs” on the bottom right. Please see a counselor with any questions.

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Updates for the Week of 13 March

Quote of the Week:

Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials.
— Lin Yutang


A Gala Weekend!

Thanks to all who attended our Gala for the Arts on Saturday. It was a spectacular evening! Congratulations to all our performers and artists whose work was on display, demonstrating the richness of our programs and the talents of our kids.

Ours being a busy school, of course, there were all kinds of other things happening last week and over the weekend, among them:

  • Badminton in Beijing — boys doubles 2nd, girls doubles 1st, mixed doubles 3rd
  • FTC Robotics in Shanghai —
  • JV Softball in Beijing — 3rd (competing with varsity teams)
  • Quizbowl in Singapore — 2nd
  • Soccer in Beijing — boys 4th, girls 3rd
  • Track & Field in Taipei — many personal bests and medals won
  • Varsity Softball at home — split a double-header with Puxi

We also hosted Professor of Marine Biology, David Baker from Hong Kong University who spent Friday on our campus speaking with groups of students and faculty about his studies and about ways in which our students might be able to participate in the important work of coral reef conservation. Lots going on!


Preventing Substance Abuse: Raising Awareness and Engaging in Small Conversations — LLH at 4:30pm on Tuesday 14 March

This past January, all SAS Pudong High School students participated in a perception survey regarding drug and alcohol use by FCD Prevention Works, a global non-profit substance abuse prevention organization. We will share the results of the survey with parents and students after the analysis of the data is complete in April or May.

Wondering about how to approach the topic of drugs and alcohol with your kids? You are not alone.

Middle and High School Parents: Please join FCD Prevention Specialist John Tummon in the LLH at 4:30pm on Tuesday 14 March to discuss current trends in adolescent substance use, implications for our community, and ways we can all partner to ensure our kids have the knowledge and skills to make good decisions.
Prevention doesn’t happen with a single conversation; it takes 100 small conversations to build a foundation of trust and shared values. SAS supports FCD’s vision of whole community awareness and dialogue as being crucial in our efforts to keep students healthy and safe while they are with us in Shanghai and after they go off to college. Please attend this session and to learn how you and our greater SAS community can build off the school’s efforts so all of our kids receive clear, consistent guidance.

There will be buses to facilitate your participation in this important event:

  • 3:40pm pick up from JinQiao Starbucks
  • 3:15pm pick up from Gubei Starbucks
  • 6:00pm return, departing from the front gate

Admissions Notes

Parents: Do you have non-SAS friends looking to learn more about our awesome Middle School and High School? Then tell them about our next Coffee and Tour on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 9:00-12:00pm! An optional lunch presentation entitled “College Counseling at SAS” from 12noon –1:00pm will be offered for Coffee and Tour registrants. Spread the word on this special event and send your friends to the link here to RSVP!


High School Musical Production This Week

Get your tickets for Once on this Island today! Thursday and Friday, March 16 and 17.

From the Tony Award-winning songwriting team, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, comes a story inspired from the by Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid. With a Caribbean-tinged score, follow the story of Ti Moune as she goes on her quest to prove that love is stronger than death. Once on this Island is a fairy tale celebration of love, hope, life and death.

Reserve your seats now for our 6:00 performance on Thursday the 16th or our 4:30 performance on Friday the 17th. Buses will be provided after each performance.

You can get your tickets right here: https://pudong-performing-arts.ticketleap.com

See you at the show!


Parent-Teacher Conferences are Coming Up: April 20th and 21st

Please mark these dates on your calendars now, and watch soon for information about signing up for conference times. Conferences run afterschool on the 20th and all day on the 21st.


IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1. 

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Limited buses will run
  • AP Exams on this day: Chemistry, Environmental Science, Psychology
  • IB Exams on this day: Biology, Business Management, Global Politics

More details to come.


May 8th: SAS TRIATHLON: AN EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY TO ENJOY!

We will be hosting a TRIATHLON again (along with the Shanghai Triathlon Club) for 400 people (ages 3 – adult) on Monday, May 8th. Sign-ups will open soon. Watch for it.


Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.


Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.


Summer Opportunities!

Did you know you can research summer programs through our Naviance system? There are 2,895 programs listed and you can search by category, key word or state/country. If you are looking for a summer activity, start here. If you want more information, please visit Naviance, Click on the “Colleges” tab, in the “College Research” block in the middle of the page you will see “Enrichment Programs” on the bottom right. Please see a counselor with any questions.

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Updates for the Week of 6 March

Quote of the Week:

The only requirements for reaching the final goal are two: to start and to continue.

— Bhikkhu Bodhi


Wonderful Highlights (Again) Last Week…

Our community enjoyed a fantastic, whole school Dance Concert Thursday evening, the beautiful AP Photo Show all week,  and exciting sports results with varsity softball defeating Puxi in both games of Saturday’s doubleheader, our swimmers winning the HighPoint Average Trophy and taking 2nd place overall at the IS Bangkok Invitational, and girls soccer beating Puxi over the weekend. On Monday, we’ll hear about the AMIS Honor Choir Festival in Abu Dhabi from our returning choirsters and about BEIMUN from our strong MUN team that was in Beijing last week.

Our Gala for the Arts is coming! Break out your formal attire and get ready to celebrate our school’s rich and varied arts program on Saturday 11 March. We’re also excited to welcome visiting artist Brian Reed to campus this week. Brian will be visiting classes and working with our kids as well as attending the Gala, so say “Hi!” when you see him.

Please make plans to see our High School Musical production Once on this Island on Thursday and Friday, March 15 and 16. Reserve your seats for this Black Box performance today.


IB and AP Exams on May 1st

May 1 is a holiday for all students except for those who are taking IB and AP exams scheduled for May 1.

Students must check their exam schedules and advise parents if they are taking exams on this holiday. Exams are fixed and cannot be rescheduled. IB students can pick their exam schedule up from the HS office.

On May 1:

  • There will be no food on campus
  • Limited buses will run

More details to come.


Preventing Substance Abuse: Raising Awareness and Engaging in Small Conversations — LLH at 4:30pm on Tuesday 14 March

This past January, all SAS Pudong High School students participated in a perception survey regarding drug and alcohol use by FCD Prevention Works, a global non-profit substance abuse prevention organization. We will share the results of the survey with parents and students after the analysis of the data is complete in April or May.

Wondering about how to approach the topic of drugs and alcohol with your kids? You are not alone.

Middle and High School Parents: Please join FCD Prevention Specialist John Tummon in the LLH at 4:30pm on Tuesday 14 March to discuss current trends in adolescent substance use, implications for our community, and ways we can all partner to ensure our kids have the knowledge and skills to make good decisions.
Prevention doesn’t happen with a single conversation; it takes 100 small conversations to build a foundation of trust and shared values. SAS supports FCD’s vision of whole community awareness and dialogue as being crucial in our efforts to keep students healthy and safe while they are with us in Shanghai and after they go off to college. Please attend this session and to learn how you and our greater SAS community can build off the school’s efforts so all of our kids receive clear, consistent guidance.


Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.


Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.


Children’s Service Club Yard Sale — This Week!

The Children’s Service Club’s (formerly the Orphanage Club) annual “Yard Sale” will be held from March 8-10 for our guards, Chartwell staff, ayis, et al..

The goals of the Yard Sale are threefold—the local staff get a chance to purchase items at a low price, the money raised will be used to purchase items for Grace Orphanage, AND you get to clear out those over stuffed closets and cabinets in your home. Previously the club bought specialized chairs with backboards for the Cere Care Orphanage, who serves mentally and physically challenged orphans, as well as helped sponsor a visit to an orphanage during a China Alive trip.


Admissions Notes

Parents: Do you have non-SAS friends looking to learn more about our awesome Middle School and High School? Then tell them about our next Coffee and Tour on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, 9:00-12:00pm! An optional lunch presentation entitled “College Counseling at SAS” from 12noon –1:00pm will be offered for Coffee and Tour registrants. Spread the word on this special event and send your friends to the link here to RSVP!


Summer Opportunities!

Did you know you can research summer programs through our Naviance system? There are 2,895 programs listed and you can search by category, key word or state/country. If you are looking for a summer activity, start here. If you want more information, please visit Naviance, Click on the “Colleges” tab, in the “College Research” block in the middle of the page you will see “Enrichment Programs” on the bottom right. Please see a counselor with any questions.

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Updates for the Week of 27 February

Quote of the Week:

Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them become what they are capable of being.

— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


Whew! Our Last APAC Hosting for 16-17 is Over…

The APAC Theatre Festival went off beautifully thanks to the hard work of our many talented performers and teachers, our APAC Band is back from TCIS in Korea, and our varsity softball team returned as third place finishers from the Tri-Cities tournament in Manila. Also, the AP Photography trip to Iceland has wrapped up for this year, not to mention all of the activity and energy that was present all week long on campus in classes, Community Meeting, practices, Friday Night Lights, and much more. The time from now until Spring Break is a wonderful, intense and concentrated window for us to get things done before we have to devote ourselves to AP/IB/Final Exam preparations and the wrap up to the year. Enjoy it while it lasts!

Something else to enjoy this week will be our Spring Dance Concert: Thursday 2 March. SAS Spring Dance Concert: Shanghai American School, Pudong Dance Department is excited to present to the community our Grade 3- 12 Evening of Dance, ‘Collage – A Collection of Dance 2017’.  This is a wonderful time for us to come together and celebrate the performing arts and congratulate the students on all their hard work in dance this year. Thursday, March 2nd at 6:00pm (reception at 5:15pm for parents). Buses are available from Gubei (15:45) and Jinqiao (16:15) to pick up parents for the show, as well as after the show. Please book your tickets at http://pudong-performing-arts.ticketleap.com


Pudong Middle School and High School Joint Schedule 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the presentation on our new schedule for 2017-18.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.


Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.


Children’s Service Club Yard Sale — 8-10 March

The Children’s Service Club’s (formerly the Orphanage Club) annual “Yard Sale” will be held from March 8-10 for our guards, Chartwell staff, ayis, etc. Everyone has been very generous with their donations in the past, so I am doing my annual “Fundraising Ask”. We are looking for gently used items of any sort—toys, games, clothing, household items, etc. (No socks, swimsuits or other assorted underclothing items please.)

The Yard Sale will be threefold—the local staff get a chance to purchase items at a low price, the money raised will be used to purchase items for Grace Orphanage, AND you get to clear out those over stuffed closets and cabinets in your home. Previously the club bought specialized chairs with backboards for the Cere Care Orphanage, who serves mentally and physically challenged orphans, as well as helped sponsor a visit to an orphanage during a China Alive trip.

We will be accepting donations until March 6th. The donations can be placed in the hall in front of the high school counseling office or the elementary school library.


Summer Opportunities!

Did you know you can research summer programs through our Naviance system? There are 2,895 programs listed and you can search by category, key word or state/country. If you are looking for a summer activity, start here. If you want more information, please visit Naviance, Click on the “Colleges” tab, in the “College Research” block in the middle of the page you will see “Enrichment Programs” on the bottom right. Please see a counselor with any questions.

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Updates for the Week of 20 February

Quote of the Week:

Happiness is the wish to be who you are.

— Erasmus


Wonderful, Well-Attended Events Last Week, More Coming This Week

Thanks to all parents, students, and faculty who turned out for the IB Arts performances, Pudong Rocks, and 30-Hour Famine, and the Shanghai Swim Championships last week. All these events were great, showcases of the talent, energy, and dedication of our community. Gear up for this week’s APAC Theatre Festival starting Thursday while APAC Band will get underway at TCIS, Tri-Cities Softball at Brent.

Looking toward the future, our two finalists — Mark Moody and Michael Oligmueller — for the position of Director of College Counseling will be on campus on Wednesday 22nd with parent meetings to get to know them at 8am and 9am respectively. Please check PowerSchool to look at the candidates’ résumés.

Pudong High School Course Catalog 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the Course Catalog for 2017-18.

Official School Calendar for 2017-18

Please visit this link to see and download the calendar for 2017-18.


Seniors and Parents of Seniors

The days are getting longer, temperatures are beginning to moderate, college acceptance letters are rolling in. We are moving closer and closer to graduation! Please take a look at the Class of 2017 Graduation Handbook which has important information, dates, timelines, and forms, all of which you will need to be ready for the big day: Sunday 28 May, 2017.


Children’s Service Club Yard Sale — 8-10 March

The Children’s Service Club’s (formerly the Orphanage Club) annual “Yard Sale” will be held from March 8-10 for our guards, Chartwell staff, ayis, etc. Everyone has been very generous with their donations in the past, so I am doing my annual “Fundraising Ask”. We are looking for gently used items of any sort—toys, games, clothing, household items, etc. (No socks, swimsuits or other assorted underclothing items please.)

The Yard Sale will be threefold—the local staff get a chance to purchase items at a low price, the money raised will be used to purchase items for Grace Orphanage, AND you get to clear out those over stuffed closets and cabinets in your home. Previously the club bought specialized chairs with backboards for the Cere Care Orphanage, who serves mentally and physically challenged orphans, as well as helped sponsor a visit to an orphanage during a China Alive trip.

We will be accepting donations until March 6th. The donations can be placed in the hall in front of the high school counseling office or the elementary school library.


Summer Opportunities!

Did you know you can research summer programs through our Naviance system? There are 2,895 programs listed and you can search by category, key word or state/country. If you are looking for a summer activity, start here. If you want more information, please visit Naviance, Click on the “Colleges” tab, in the “College Research” block in the middle of the page you will see “Enrichment Programs” on the bottom right. Please see a counselor with any questions.

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