Casablanca American School

The Casablanca American School, founded in 1973, is an independent, coeducational day school which offers a U.S. and International Baccalaureate-oriented education from nursery through grade 12. The school year is divided into 3 trimesters that extend from early September through mid-June.

Name:

Casablanca American School

Location Category:

Africa

Country:

Morocco

Address:

Route de la Mecque
Lotissement Ougoug
Casablanca 20150
Morocco

Enrollment:

620 Students Nursery-12

Curriculum:

United States, International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB Diploma), General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)

Faculty:

99 faculty members, including 52 U.S. citizens, 29 host-country nationals, 16 third-country nationals, and 2 U.K. citizens

Benefits:

Shipping Allowance.

School Year:

September – June

Year Founded:

1973

Average Class Size:

Elementary: 38, Secondary: 40

Sports:

Soccer, Swimming, Track and Field, Volleyball, Badminton, Basketball

Campus Information:

City (or closest city): Casablanca, Location Type: Suburban, Campus Size (hectares): 2, No of Buildings: 5, No of Classrooms: 45, No of volumes in Library: 16, 000, No of computer labs: 3, No of instructional computers: 70

Physical Facilities:

Auditorium(s): 1, Cafeteria(s): 1, Gymnasium(s): 1, Infirmary(ies): 1, Playing field(s): 1, Science lab(s): 4, Air Conditioning: Yes