Once a Sandcat, always a Sandcat!
An alumnus is defined as a graduate, former student or former member or a school. CAS Alumni include our graduates, former teachers and students who have left the school to go abroad.
Though CAS Alumni leave the school, they never leave the CAS Family. This page exists to help alumni stay connected to the school community. Here is how you can stay in touch:
Join the CAS Alumni Group
Alumni are encouraged to add your long-term contact details to the alumni register. Should any alumni events be arranged, you can be contacted to join in!
Come Back for a Visit!
Alumni are encouraged to return to CAS to share their knowledge of the wider world with current students. Book a time to teach them what you have learned.
Share Your Good News
Alumni are encouraged to send us their stories of success so that we can announce them below. Finishing university? Starting a new job? Getting married? Win an award? Send us your news to post below.
Offer a Testimonial
Alumni are encouraged to write a testimonial or brief paragraph explaining the positive impact CAS made on your lives. Share your praise for a teacher or program with the community.
Arrange an Alumni Reunion
Alumni are encouraged to organize reunion events at CAS or elsewhere in the world. These events can be announced on this page.
Contact the College Counselor, Nedra Brown, to register with the group, share your news or testimonial, or arrange a visit or an alumni event. We look forward to hearing from you!
Joud - CAS Graduate - 2018
CAS taught me how to become a better leader and gave me a safe space to speak my mind.
The school provided me different experiences that prepared me for the real world. I truly met my second family throughout my years at CAS and I miss all of the tight-knight relationships that I built with my teachers and the students around me. CAS will always be a part of me.
Mrs Myna Anderson, CAS Elementary Principal for 2018-19, has been named Director of the Banjul American International School in the Gambia! She welcomes any Sandcats to visit her in West Africa.