Casablanca American School

Curriculum: CAS offers a U.S. and International Baccalaureate-oriented education from nursery through grade 12. Instruction is in English. Specialist subjects include art, computer, health, music and physical education. French is a mandatory second language in grades 2-10. Arabic is mandatory for all students in Grades 2-6 and continues to be mandatory for Moroccans in grades 7-10. Computers are available in the upper school and lower school labs as well as in the library and some classrooms. Extra-curricular: After-school sports, such as track and swimming, are conducted at local facilities. Soccer, volleyball, basketball, and other team sports are offered at the school. Tests given are PSAT, SAT, TOEFL, IB, AP, CTP III. Facilities: Located 9 km from city center, the facility includes a preschool with 6 classrooms; an administration building with a reception area, a 2-level library, a staff common room and offices. The Randolph Building consists of 27 classrooms; a multi-purpose room; an art studio; and a computer laboratory; and chemistry, physics, and biology laboratories. The new building inaugurated in June 2002, consists of 12 classrooms; an art studio, a computer laboratory, a science laboratory, a library, 2 music/performance rooms, the Anne Healy Osman Theatre with 350 seats, administrative offices, a conference room and a staff common room. Facilities also include a gymnasium, a kitchen, cafeteria, an infirmary, and a sports field

20150 Casablanca
John Randolph (School Director)
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School Year
September to June
Year Founded
New England Association of Schools and Colleges; Mediterranean Association of Independent School; Educational Collaborative for International Schools (ECIS), International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP)