Primary Division

List of 5 frequently asked questions.

  • Q: How do I schedule my student for a screening?

    Screenings in the Primary Division occur after Winter Break. The purpose is to identify your child’s readiness for our Primary program. This is only one of a number of items that are considered for admission. Contact the Admission Office at (405) 749-3200 or admission@casady.org to register for a session.
  • Q: What if my child is sick on the day of the screening appointment?

    Please call the Admission Office as soon as possible to cancel your appointment, and we will be glad to reschedule the screening.
  • Q: How soon can you tell me the decision?

    A representative from the Admission Office will call you after your child’s screening to discuss next steps. Completed applications received after February 1 will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
  • Q: What is the birthday cutoff for the Primary Division?

    The cutoff date is September 1. The youngest child we admit should be 2 ½ by September 1 for our youngest program. Children need to be 5 years old by September 1 to enter Kindergarten.
  • Q: How can I find out more about events taking place at Casady School?

    Casady School connects with our Community through our website, www.casady.org, as well as multiple social media channels. Follow now to learn about activities and events that are special and unique to our Casady Community.

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Lower Division

List of 7 frequently asked questions.

  • Q: What is the cutoff for first grade?

    Children need to have successfully completed Kindergarten and be 6 years old by September 1 to enter first grade at Casady.
  • Q: Does my student need to visit the School prior to admission?

    Yes. Starting in first grade, all prospective students are required to spend one day “shadowing” on campus. This benefits the student and their family by experiencing Casady first hand and deciding if it is the right fit.
  • Q: How do I schedule my student for a screening?

    Initial screenings are held in February. Screening for Grade 1 applicants takes place on a weekday from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Screening for Grades 2-4 takes between two and three hours and also takes place on a weekday. Contact the Admission Office at (405) 749-3200 or admission@casady.org to register your child for screening.
  • Q: What if my child is sick on the day of the screening appointment?

    Please call the Admission Office as soon as possible to cancel your appointment, and we will be glad to reschedule the screening.
  • Q: How soon can you tell me the decision?

    A representative from the Admission Office will call you after your child’s screening to discuss next steps. Completed applications received after March 1 will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
  • Q: How does the School make its decision?

    The Admission Committee gathers information from the people in students lives who know them best: parents and teachers. We consider this information along with the results of the screening. The committee draws upon its knowledge of Casady’s curriculum and the range of readiness necessary to recruit mission appropriate students.
  • Q: How can I find out more about events taking place at Casady School?

    Casady School connects with our Community through our website, www.casady.org, as well as multiple social media channels. Follow now to learn about activities and events that are special and unique to our Casady Community.

    Twitter: Casadyschoolokc
    Facebook: CasadySchool
    Instagram: Casadyschoolokc
    YouTube: Casady School Life

Middle and Upper Division

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • Q: How do I schedule my student for a screening?

    Contact the Admission Office at (405) 749-3200 or admission@casady.orgto reserve a spot for your child.
  • Q: What does the screening include?

    Casady School administers the CTP, or Comprehensive Testing Program, for Admission assessments. CTP is a comprehensive testing battery covering a wide variety of subject areas, of which Casady administers just three - Verbal Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and Quantitative Reasoning. In addition to the CTP test, candidates will complete a writing assessment. Plan for the screening to take roughly 2 ½ hours.
  • Q: What if my child is sick on the day of the screening appointment?

    Please call the Admission Office as soon as possible to cancel your appointment, and we will be glad to reschedule the screening.
  • Q: How soon can you tell me the decision?

    A representative from the Admission Office will call you after your child’s screening to discuss next steps. Completed applications received after February 1 will be evaluated on a rolling basis.
  • Q: How does the School make its decision?

    The Admission Committee gathers information from the people in students lives who know them best: parents and teachers. We consider this information along with the results of the screening. The committee draws upon its knowledge of Casady’s curriculum and the range of readiness necessary to recruit mission appropriate students.
  • Q: How can I find out more about events taking place at Casady School?

    Casady School connects with our Community through our website, www.casady.org, as well as multiple social media channels. Follow now to learn about activities and events that are special and unique to our Casady Community.

    Twitter: Casadyschoolokc
    Facebook: CasadySchool
    Instagram: Casadyschoolokc
    YouTube: Casady School Life
Casady School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory, Episcopal day school serving students in pre-k-12. Educating Mind, Body, and Spirit.
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