The Saginaw Arts and Sciences Academy (SASA) has been expanding and enhancing learning opportunities for gifted/talented students in the Tri-County area since 1981. During its history, initially as the Center for the Arts and Sciences (C.A.S.) and since 1999 as the Saginaw Arts & Sciences Academy, it has earned a national reputation for excellence.

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Important Communication

Please click here to access the link for the PARENT SURVEY ~Thank-you in advance for your participation!

To connect to SASA's Facebook page, go to facebook.com and copy the following link into the search bar: saginawarts&sciencesacademy@saginawpublicschooldistrict

Click here to view the 2017-18 Bus Routes

Click here for Midland/Bay City/ Sawmill busing information

Click here to view application








SASA 2017-2018 School Calendar

Click here to view the 2017-2018 SASA Schoolwide Calendar

Please note: The SASA Schoolwide Calendar will be updated regularly

Click here to view the SASA Daily Schedule for Middle and High School

Click here to view the first semester exam schedule

*8th Grade Transition Meeting*

Wednesday, January 24, 2018  @ 5:30-6:30PM


Wednesday, February 21, 2018 @ 6:00PM








2017-18 SASA Winter Sports Schedules

Click here to view the Middle School Girl's Basketball Schedule

Click here to view the High School Girl's Varsity Basketball Schedule

Click here to view the High School Boy's Varsity Basketball Schedule

Note: All schedules are subject to change and will be updated as changes occur.



Did you Know?


SASA students have repeatedly performed well in standardized tests, art, sciences, math, vocal music, dance, writing and much more. SASA typically has a handful of students represented at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair every year, and the school has produced two grand award winners, as well as dozens of students who have placed at ISEF. In the 2001 Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, & Science (TEAMS) engineering competition, SASA's team scored highest nationally.

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