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Learning at Casablanca American School:


Lower School at a Glance

Upper School at a Glance


CAS is an International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and University preparatory school that inspires and enables all students to achieve success and fulfillment and is committed to creating a whole child. We recognize that students differ as learners in terms of background, culture, language, gender, interests, readiness to learn, confidence and independence. These differences profoundly impact how students learn and the support they will need at various points in the learning process. Teachers therefore aim to create flexible, rich learning environments and construct experiences based on what they know about each of their students.

IB Diploma Program (DP)


The IB Diploma Program is recognized by universities in 124 countries and is designed to be taken over two years (age 16-19). The DP includes six academic subjects and the central core which consists of the extended essay, theory of knowledge and CAS (creativity, action and service). Students study two modern languages, a humanities or social science subject, an experimental science, mathematics or computer science, and another subject including the arts.