Casablanca American School provides a challenging and innovative American and International program within a nurturing environment, motivating and inspiring every student to achieve academic and personal excellence.
Founded in 1973
1st Full IB Diploma Program School in North Africa
French & Arabic Languages offered to
Native & Non-Native speakers from Grade 2
+ 20 IB Courses Offered
Prestigious University Attendances
76% US Citizen & International
650+ Student Population
For the past two years CAS students have worked closely with this organization trying to send out a message of hope and the significance of early prevention. They have created awareness campaigns, participated in service actions with cancer fighters, and fundraised money through multiple projects.
Words can’t describe how proud we are of our Cobras!
Grade 11 students Samy Guessous , Neil Chaoui and Dany Kanaan came across a devastating article about Morocco's blood banks. Realizing the blood shortage was so high they took on the lead of organizing a successful blood drive to raise blood donations!
Due to confinement and the pandemic, CAS had to postpone the graduation of Grade 6, Class of 2020. However, in December 2020, CAS created a Covid-friendly ceremony in honor of this very special class.
CAS staff and administration worked tirelessly to create the best possible ceremony for our the graduating class, while still maintaining proper social distancing and safety procedures.
On January 14 1989, Dizzy Gillespie played at the Rialto and all proceeds of his concert were donated to the Casablanca American School
As news began to spread early February that schools were closing in China, CAS started planning ahead for a distance learning plan in case Covid19 were to become a pandemic...forcing all schools to shut down! A well researched long term plan was put in place only 3 days after Morocco forced all schools to close for confinement.