SOTA: School of the Arts Singapore

SOTA Open House 2019

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Join us for a day of fun and discover what SOTA has to offer!

Find out more about SOTA's six-year integrated arts and academic curriculum leading to the International Baccalaureate Diploma at our Open House on 6 April 2019, Saturday.

Tickets are not required to attend the Open House. However, you may register HERE for updates on the programme.

[Update!] Check out the full programme HERE.

Some highlights of SOTA Open House 2019 include:

School Leaders' Talks – Our school leaders will share about SOTA’s six-year integrated arts and academic curriculum leading to the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. Parents will also learn more about the admission requirements and application procedures for the Talent Academy.

Campus Tours – Wish to tour our award-winning campus? Let our friendly student ambassadors share their experiences and guide you on this rare opportunity to explore our vibrant campus! (Note: Participants are required to walk and climb stairs)

School Exhibition – Chat with our amiable teachers and students at the School Exhibition in the Multi-Purpose Hall on Level 6 to understand what your child will experience in his/her unique academic journey in SOTA.

Arts Showcases, Workshops, Arts Curriculum Sharing Sessions – Experience and find out more about the arts curriculum and training your child will be exposed to in SOTA.
(Note: Selected activities and showcases may require tickets. Tickets to these activities will be released at the ticket collection booth on the day of the event, on a first-come, first-served basis.)

Event Information

Dates: 06 – 06 Apr, 2019
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
School of the Arts Singapore
1 Zubir Said Drive
Singapore 227968
Tickets are not required for admission to the SOTA Open House. Register HERE for updates on the Open House programme and information on SOTA. 
Parking at SOTA is limited. Please refer to parking rates HERE
Parking is also available at The Cathay and POMO. 
You are strongly encouraged to use public transport or consider arriving earlier to find alternative parking spaces.
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02 Apr 2019