Grade 11 & 12 CAS Project Proposal Form

Grade 11 and 12 students may choose to make their club a CAS Project. Approval from Ms. Higginson must be granted before the club term starts. Please fill out the form below to submit your CAS proposal. Use the information on this page to help you answer the questions. If you have any questions please email Ms. Higginson (


Your Namerequired
First Name
Last Name
Email Addressrequired
Are there other participants?required
List the first and last name of the other participant(s)required
Title/Name of the Proposed Projectrequired



Why do you want to do this project? If service, what NEED is to be filled?required



What individual role/responsibilities will each group member have? required
What is your intended timeline? required
What resources will you need?required



What are you actually doing? What is the end goal? How will you know you have succeeded?required



This will be via ManageBac. This does not need to be completed right now but will be required.



How will you demonstrate what you have accomplished?required

CAS Project Proposal Details

Students identify their interests, skills and talents to be used in considering opportunities for CAS experiences, as well as areas for personal growth and development. Students investigate what they want to do and determine the purpose for their CAS experience. In the case of service, students identify a need they want to address.

Students clarify roles and responsibilities, develop a plan of actions to be taken, identify specified resources and timelines, and acquire and skills needed to engage in the CAS experience.

Students implement their idea or plan. His often requires decision-making and problem-solving. Students may work individually, with partners, or in groups.

Students describe what happened, express feelings, generate ideas, and raise questions. Reflection can occur at any time during CAS to further their understanding, to assist with revising plans, to learn from experience, and to make explicit connections between their growth, accomplishments, and the learning outcomes for personal awareness. Reflection may lead to new action.

Students make explicit what and how they learned and what they have accomplished, for example, by sharing their CAS experiences through their CAS portfolio or with others in a formal or informal manner. Through demonstration and communication, students solidify their understanding and evoke responses from others. E.g. assembly presentations and articles for the Gryphon newsletter.