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 senior in her seventh year at SAS and is a third-year reporter for The Eye. She was born in New York but raised in New Jersey, Beijing, and Singapore—where she currently resides. Despite having lived in Asia for the past nine years, and in Singapore for the past seven, she still considers New Jersey to be home. You can find her running late to class (from Starbucks), leading painless workouts at House of Pain, or loitering around the media lab in the wee hours of the night (just ask campus security). She can be contacted at yang43603@sas.edu.sg.

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