What is CAS

CAS is organized around the three strands of creativity, activity and service defined as follows:
Creativity—exploring and extending ideas leading to an original or interpretive product or performance
Activity—physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle
Service—collaborative and reciprocal engagement with the community in response to an authentic need

CAS enables students to demonstrate attributes of 
variety of individual and group experiences that provide students with opportunities to explore their interests and express their passions, personalities and perspectives. CAS provides opportunities for self-determination, collaboration, accomplishment and enjoyment.
CAS enables students to enhance their personal and interpersonal development. A meaningful CAS programme is a journey of discovery of self and others. For many, CAS is profound and life-changing. Each individual student has a different starting point and different needs and goals. A CAS programme is, therefore, individualized according to student interests, skills, values and background.
The CAS programme aims to develop students who:

  •     enjoy and find significance in a range of CAS experiences
  •     purposefully reflect upon their experiences
  •     identify goals, develop strategies and determine further actions for   personal growth
  •     explore new possibilities, embrace new challenges and adapt to       new roles
  •     actively participate in planned, sustained, and collaborative CAS    projects
  •     understand they are members of local and global communities with responsibilities towards each other and the environment.
  • Examples of CAS:




Taking a painting course

Joining a Football team

Volunteering at Rødt Kors

Writing and illustrating your own children’s book

Joining a Handball Team

Tutoring younger children


Planning and going for Hikes

Coaching a youth sports team

Performing in a Play\Production

Building-up the stamina to run 5K

Organizing a donation drive

Choreographing a dance routine

Competitive Table Tennis

Leading a Book Club

Making a short film

Going to a workout class

Volunteering at Urban Ung

Learning how to sew

Lifting weights

Shoveling snow for a neighbor





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