Rabat American School

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Rabat American School
Rabat Lions
1 Bis, Rue El Amir Abdelkader
Agdal, 10000, Rabat
Morocco United States
Coordinates 33°59′59″N 6°51′01″W / 33.999806°N 6.850233°W / 33.999806; -6.850233Coordinates: 33°59′59″N 6°51′01″W / 33.999806°N 6.850233°W / 33.999806; -6.850233
School type Tuition-funded, Non-profit, non-sectarian
Religious affiliation(s) Non-sectarian
Established 1962
Oversight Parent Governed Board of Trustees
CEEB code 625-175
Principal Kristy Krahl, Mark Exton
Head of school Sean Goudie
Faculty Approximately 65
Grades Prekindergarten-12
Gender Coeducational
Average class size 18 pupils
Classes offered Information Technology, History/Geography, English, World Languages, Math, Physical Education, Science, Art/Drama/Band, Moroccan Studies, Arabic, French, Spanish, Theory of Knowledge
Language English/French/Arabic
Campus size 8 acres (32,000 m2)
School color(s) Blue and orange         
Mascot The RAS lions
Nickname The Lions
Team name Rabat American School Lions
Accreditation Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Publication Rabat American Zone Radio (RAZ-R)
Newspaper The RAS Uproar
Yearbook Kitabouna (Our Book)
Affiliation Mediterranean Association of International Schools (MAIS), Atlantic Mediterranean Activities Conference (AMAC), Moroccan American Schools Activities Conference (MASAC)

The Rabat American School is an independent preparatory day school located in Rabat, Morocco. The program is co-educational and non-residential. English is the language of instruction.


In 1969, the school moved to an 10-acre (40,000 m2) site in the suburb of Agdal. Facilities include four computer labs, six science labs, two libraries, an auditorium, a sports field, a gymnasium and two swimming pools one big and one small(the small is really small.) The school continues to expand today with the recent completion of a new math room.[1]


Rabat American School offers the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme at the high school level and the high school diploma.[2]

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  1. ^ "Morocco, Rabat: Rabat American School". Office of Overseas Schools. 2007-11-20. 
  2. ^ "Rabat American School". International Baccalaureate Organization. 

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