How is CAS structured? 

The three strands of CAS, which are often interwoven with particular activities, are characterized as follows:

  • Creativity – arts, and other experiences that involve creative thinking.

  • Activity – physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle, complementing academic work elsewhere in the DP.

  • Service – an unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit for the student. The rights, dignity and autonomy of all those involved are respected.

In order to demonstrate these concepts, students are required to undertake a CAS Project. The project challenges students to:

  • show initiative

  • demonstrate perseverance

  • develop skills such as collaboration, problem solving and decision making.

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The Global Mall:
Building Diverse Perspectives & Worldviews

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Tools for Investigating Issues:
From Global to Local

 

Globally-Framed Project Ideas 

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SFS Community Self-Study:
Compass & Root Cause Analysis in Our Immediate Community


 

Personal & Community Wellbeing:
Help Create Our SFS Strands & Indicators for Health & Happiness


 
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Pinpointing Your
CAS Project

CAS Project Identifier
Downloadable planning document