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School of the Arts Singapore
1 Zubir Said Drive
Ms Lim Geok Cheng
www .sota .edu .sg
School of the Arts (abbreviated as " SOTA") is Singapore's first pre-tertiary specialised independent arts school. It was initiated by the Ministry of Information, Communication and the Arts (currently the [1 ] Ministry of Communications and Information) to cater to youth aged 13 to 18 years showing capability in the arts. Its location at 1 Zubir Said Drive is dedicated to the late Zubir Said, composer of the Singaporean national anthem. [2 ]
From 1 November 2012, oversight of SOTA was taken over by the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY).
Curriculum [ edit ]
Night view of SOTA in April 2013
SOTA provides a holistic education for youths aged 13 to 18 years old, through a six-year integrated arts and academic curriculum leading to the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme or the IB Career-related Certificate Programme.
Students [ edit ]
The average class size is 20–25 students, with classes named according to level colours. Each level has different colours: red, green, orange, blue, purple and yellow, for years one to six respectively.
Construction of the city-campus at Kirk Terrace, now Zubir Said Drive
The award-winning city-campus, located in the arts cultural district of Singapore, was designed by
Achievements [ edit ]
Principals [ edit ]
2013–present: Ms. Lim Geok Cheng
2008–2012: Mrs. Rebecca Chew
External links [ edit ]
Coordinates: 1°17′56.4216″N 103°50′54.4128″E / 1.299006000°N 103.848448000°E