Top 10 study spaces around school

Tech Help Center

Not only can you charge your laptop, but the tech-help center’s a great place to study as well. Best for those who like to study alone.

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Empty Classroom (with permission of the teacher!)

If you know a teacher who has the same free as you and is willing to let you study in their classroom, do it!Screen Shot 2016-05-11 at 9.38.15 am

 

 

 

Music Practice Rooms

If you want to study with a small group of friends or maybe just on your own, check out the practice rooms.

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Tables Outside M301

Close by the staircase and lots of space for lots of people.

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Picnic Tables (especially on fourth floor)

If you’ve got a forth floor class next or maybe just want to study in a place with a great view, check out the picnic tables near the Spanish/French classrooms.

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Counseling Office

The colorful seats and peaceful atmosphere makes the Counseling Office an ideal place to study.

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High School Office

Comfy seats, A.C. and just a few steps away from Neihart. What more to love?DSC_0084DSC_0087

Picnic tables (third floor by Mr. Kay’s classroom)

If you’ve got a class on the third floor next or just want to study outside, this is the place for you.

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Patio Tables (outside cafeteria)

For the outdoors studier or maybe just if you have a class on the second floor next.

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Central Admin Office

Great place to study during flex, on your way to school or after school.Screen Shot 2016-05-11 at 9.39.04 amScreen Shot 2016-05-11 at 9.39.57 am

Author: Kristi Yang

Kristi Yang is a junior and second-year reporter for The Eye. She’s been in Singapore–at SAS–for the past five years and in Asia for the past seven. Previously, she’s lived in New York/Jersey and Beijing. Kristi keeps up with current events through social media platforms, though is also an avid reader of the New York Times. In her free-time, she can be found: figure skating at the rink, sweating through House of Pain, or finding inner-peace at yoga club. She can be contacted at yang43603@sas.edu.sg.

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