- 26 – Chinese New Year Celebration Postponed until 10am March 6th.
- 2 Dr. Seuss’ Birthday (Early Years & Elementary)
- 2-6 Spring Spirit Week
- 4 Talent Show (Secondary)
- 6 Chinese New Year Celebration
- 18 Elementary Science Fair
- 19-20 Secondary Science Fair
- 18-19 Parent-teacher conferences
- 30-3 Tomb Sweeping Holiday / Spring Break
- 6-10 Sports Week
- 6-10 PTSA Community Service Trip (Secondary)
- 22 Earth Day
- 25 International Festival
- 29 Early Dismal
This week at SLAS
The first issue of our new magazine SLAS Times is available to read online. Printed copies can also be found in school.
- 27 Feb 2015Early Years: Pre-school UpdateBoom! Boom! Boom! Can you hear the fireworks? This week in Preschool we wrapped up our celebration of Lunar Ne...
- 27 Feb 2015Literacy Week at SLASWhile elementary and early years students will be celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday, our entire school will be f...
- 27 Feb 2015Chinese New Year Holiday – PostponedDue to it being a rainy day, SLAS administration has rescheduled the Chinese New Year celebration for Friday,...
- 26 Feb 2015Early Years Update: Feb 2015NURSERY Theme: Happy Chinese New Year! This week students were able to enjoy many special crafts and activitie...
SLAS parents and approved members can now access our exciting summer reading section!Summer Reading →
More than twenty-five different nationalities of students study at Livingston American School.
10 Years in China
LAS celebrates a decade of providing outstanding education in Shanghai.
The best part of SLAS was the fact that the school encouraged me to broaden my boundary of learning through various elective courses... I was able to see my own potential at SLAS, and most importantly, school was actually fun.
Here at SLAS, we not only nurture the mind, body and spirit; we also equip our students with the necessary tools they need to become leaders in our culturally diverse and changing world.