Singapore American School (SAS) is upgrading its 36-acre Woodlands site to include a new athletics facility and two new swimming pools, new elementary and middle schools, and upgraded facilities for the arts, science, technology and robotics. Around 60% of the campus will be completely rebuilt as part of the $400 million campus upgrade, which is due to be completed by 2026.
The SAS Reimagined project will be completed in a series of three major phases over the next six years; construction started at the end of May 2021 on the elementary and high school, and work started late last year on the new West Fields athletics facility. This will provide a new training ground for athletics, four tennis courts, a full-size soccer/football pitch, and a baseball field; it will be large enough to host large athletic events like IASAS; this is due to open in August 2021.
Tom Boasberg, superintendent of Singapore American School, said:
“Our campus upgrade project represents one more way we are investing in our educators. This project will create learning environments with endless possibilities for our students and educators."