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Creativity, Action, Service

CAS Video

International Baccalaureate

cas is at the heart of the diploma program
CAS is at the heart of the Diploma Program

Creativity- arts, and other experiences that involve creative thinking.

Examples: Join an art club or pursue creative endeavors.

Action- physical exertion contributing to a healthy lifestyle.

Examples: Join a sports team or pursue individual physical activities.

Service- an unpaid and voluntary exchange that has a learning benefit for the student.

Examples: Get involved with a school service group or volunteer at a local charity organization.

The guideline for the minimum amount of CAS activity is approximately 150 hours in total (3-4 hrs. per week) with a reasonable balance between creativity, action and service.


Experiential learning is at the heart of CAS

International Baccalaureate

Experiential Learning Cycle

cas learning outcomes
CAS-Learning Outcomes

1. Increased their awareness of their own strengths and areas for growth.

2. Undertake new challenges.

3. Planned and initiated activities.

4. Worked collaboratively with others

5. Shown perseverance and commitment in their activities.

6. Engaged with issues of global importance.

7. Considered the ethical implications of their actions.

8. Developed new skills.

All eight outcomes must be present for a student to complete the CAS requirement.

cas activity criteria
CAS Activity Criteria
  • Real, purposeful activities, with significant outcomes.
  • Personal Challenge- tasks must extend the student and be achievable in scope.
  • Thoughtful consideration, such as planning, reviewing progress and reporting
  • Reflection on outcomes and personal learning.
  • Activity planning and reflection will be accomplished through MangeBac
what cas is not
What CAS is not,
  • A religious activity that could be interpreted as proselytizing.
  • Activity/ service where monetary compensation is received.
  • Activities that create social divisions.
  • Activities that do not “extend” the student.
  • Counting IB coursework as CAS hours.


Allen High School

Allen, Texas

Allen High School CAS Website