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The Sankt-Ansgar-Schule (common abbreviation: SAS) is a secondary school in Hamburg, Germany. It was created in 1946 as a boys' school by the Society of Jesus, an order of the Catholic Church. It became a co-educational school in 1978. The motto of the SAS is: "bonitatem et disciplinam et scientiam doce me, domine". It is engraved above the official main entrance. The Jesuists gave up running the school in 1993 but it is still a member of the association of Jesuit schools. Today, the archbishoppric of Hamburg runs the school.