Collegiate American School (CAS) Dubai
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4.3 from 6 reviews
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About Collegiate American School (CAS)

Collegiate American School (CAS) is a vibrant and welcoming learning community located in the heart of Umm Suqeim 2, Dubai, away from the traffic and towers. CAS staff are committed to the holistic development of every learner while supporting students to reach the highest levels of achievement. From Pre Kindergarten through grade 12, our values-driven educational program engages a highly international group of students. Many of our students walk or cycle to school from nearby though they come from all over the world. As a neighborhood school, Collegiate American School knows first-hand that developing warm relationships among students, teachers and parents creates an environment where students thrive. No matter where they live in Dubai and no matter where they come from -- Collegiate American School students can't wait to get to school each day!

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6 Reviews of Collegiate American School (CAS)

Average Ratings

Overall 4.30
Facilities 5.00
Academics 5.00
Teachers 5.00
Sports 4.00
Music & Arts 5.00
Science & Tech 5.00

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How would you rate Collegiate American School (CAS)?

Marilena , 09/02/2020 @ 13:53:19
Relationship   Parent

Music & Arts

Great attention to personal growth as a means of fulfilling each student’s potential in terms of human and academic development.

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Maryam Ali, 6 months ago

I have recently transferred my children from another US curriculum school to CAS. I'm happy to say that they have found a home here. The student body is very international, and the students work together well in lessons. The teachers have been very supportive of my children's progress in their subjects. This is likely because of the small classes. I don't feel like my children get lost in the shuffle like they did in their former school. We're very happy to be here :)

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Faisal Odeh, 6 months ago

This School is really fun. The teachers are cool and they do not throw useless info at you. However, I think the rule on jackets could be changed, since only using the Schools jacket does not make sense, especially because you have to buy it separately, but then again, this is just a minor problem. There are a lot of sports teams if you're into that sort of thing, and there are a lot of extracurricular activities to try out. Also I'm still a bit mad about the icing on the carrot cake.

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ProSlowGamer, 6 months ago

I have been attending CAS from 2013 onwards. It isn’t a perfect school but I would still recommend it for some people. Let me explain. It is not difficult to pass tests and assignments because teachers don’t assign work that we cannot handle. The homework can be challenging but most times it’s helpful. Some of the students are nice, while other students aren’t always nice and break important rule. There is a mix of teachers at the school. You’ll enjoy having some teach you, while others you may enjoy less. CAS is a good school for students who want to try to have fun in class and want to follow the instructions in lessons.

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Abdullah Alkuraya, 6 months ago

I am currently in grade 9 at CAS. I like the teachers because they help out when there is trouble they are there to support me. For example, in Math and Science if there is difficulties in answering a problem the teachers will take their time and help me. The school takes the Arts very seriously, unlike other schools that sometimes ignores it. In Art class we get to work together and collaborate which makes our work even better and it’s more fun. Some teachers are better than other teachers at encouraging us and finding ways to motivate us to be more successful. Effort isn’t always taken into consideration for grades, and some teachers hold a very high standard to achieve As and Bs. However, most teachers are willing to recognize our efforts and celebrate our successes even if we aren’t experts in the subject.

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Abdullah Albudoor, 7 months ago

I have attended this school from 2011 to 2017 and by far one of the worst years of my life, teachers didn't care for the students and were verbally abusing students behind their backs and tried to give a hard time on the students, the head didn't care for the students at all no matter what in their opinion they are always right and the students including the parents are always wrong. IF you want your children to actually enjoy school and live a healthier life for their sake don't bring them to that school. IF their was any option to give a negative 5 star I would of put it and that includes me being generous in fact I'm gonna complain to Google for not having that option. AND I WILL SAY THIS WILL ALL CONFIDENCE I HAVE HAD ACTUAL SUICIDAL THOUGHTS EVERYTIME I ATTENDED THAT SCHOOL AND WAS ACTUALLY GONNA COMMIT SUICIDE IN THE SCHOOL BATHROOM USING MY KARATE BELT WHICH I ACTUALLY BROUGHT TO SCHOOL ONE DAY JUST SO I DONT LIVE ANOTHER DAY IN THAT SCHOOL. No joke.

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