CAS Upper School
The Upper School at Casablanca American School includes Grades 7-12.
Casablanca American School (CAS) strives to be the leading institution in the region for developing successful global citizens. It is the first American School in Casablanca, Morocco and North Africa to offer the International Baccalaureate (IB). Casablanca American School is also accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). All students graduate with a high school diploma.
The Upper School, which encompasses grades 7 through 12, sets high standards for student learning guided by our mission and vision and reinforced by the rigorous IB program in grade 11 and 12. We are proud of our intrinsic values that we continue to foster and promote among CAS community. Our graduates are prepared to be future leaders and global citizens; they are our ambassadors in different regions in the world. They believe in pluralism, justice, and tolerance. They are honest, compassionate and respectful of differences.
CAS offers an individualized college-counseling process that begins in grade 10 and successfully prepares students for higher education in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and continental Europe. We offer guidance to students and parents with respect to academic and extracurricular choices, standardized testing, and the college application process.