There are 40 co-curricular Clubs and Societies ranging from Football to Chess, Photography to Rugby, Islamic Fine Arts to Travelling, with plenty of other mainstream and more unique options in between. Pupils (especially in the Fifth Form) are put in charge of running societies, developing their own interests and taking the responsibility of leading activities with their juniors as well as with peers. All pupils in SAS will take part in at least three co-curricular activities. There are also 10 specialised School Teams. The members consist of students selected to compete in national and international competitions in the chosen fields.
As a prestigious school, one of SAS’s main goals is to have an outstanding co-curricular programme which is capable of attaining success in all levels- state, national and international.
Pupils’ compulsory co-curricular activities consist of three categories: Sports, Clubs and Societies, and Uniformed Units.
Every Wednesday, pupils will take part in their chosen co-curricular activities.
The wide array of activities is crucial for the pupils to be able to hone both soft and hard skills that will surely benefit them in the next stage of their lives.
|No||Sports||Clubs and Societies||Uniformed Units||Specialised Teams|
||Geography and Environmental Society||Taekwondo||Robotic Lego
|2||Rugby||Astronomy and Mathematics Club||Silat Gayung||Robotic Vex|
|3||Hockey||Malay Language Society||Silat Cekak||Mathematics Olympiad|
||English Language Society||Wind Orchestra and Brass Band
||Science and Innovation Club||Scouts
||Bahasa Melayu Debate
|6||Rowing and Water Sports||Art Preservation Club||Kadet Bersatu Malaysia
||English Language Debate|
|7||Cricket||Islamic Arts Club||Kadet Remaja Sekolah
|8||Soccer and Futsal
||ASPNet UNESCO and Foreign Language Club
||Rukun Negara Club||Police Cadets||Golf|
|10||Petanque||Photography and Documentation Club||Red Crescent Malaysia
|12||Table Tennis||Visual Arts Club|
|13||10-Pin Bowling||Counselling Club|
|14||Sepak Takraw||Consumer’s Club|