Upper Division (9-12)

The design of the Casady Curriculum moves students thoughtfully and intentionally in support of our Portrait of a Graduate with the goal of inspiring young people to become individuals possessed with a conviction to honor, to learn, to engage, to innovate, to serve, and to thrive.
The Upper Division at Casady School is organized by academic departments and features a comprehensive service learning program.
Students experience all disciplines through a liberal arts lens that allows them mobility and the freedom to pursue academic interests while fulfilling strict graduation requirements. Casady offers a unique “quadruple decker” curriculum that includes Regular (all college preparatory), Honors, Advanced Placement, and “Post-AP” courses (e.g., Multivariable Calculus/Linear Algebra, Greek, college-level English seminars, Stanford’s Malone Online Network). Casady School's Upper Division also includes our signature Interdisciplinary Studies program which includes a course which is team-taught by faculty across departments and earns dual History and English credits.
This program involves inquiry-based learning and public presentations with the opportunity for students to apply for independent capstone projects their senior year.  The Upper Division curriculum offers paths that are both aggressive and accommodating. Accelerated course work is available throughout our curriculum to anyone who demonstrates mastery of prerequisite material. Athletic and Fine Arts requirements ensure that our students are prepared to live a life of “balance, purpose, and joy” after Casady School.
Casady School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory, Episcopal day school serving students in pre-k-12. Educating Mind, Body, and Spirit.
Casady School is a PreK-12, independent, college preparatory Episcopal day school committed to deeper-level learning. Casady School welcomes a student body that reflects the diversity of the world around us and therefore does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletics, and other school-administered programs generally accorded or made available to students at the School.