Admission

How to Apply

List of 9 items.

  • 1. Let’s get Started!

  • 2. Getting to know each other

  • 3. Submitting an Application

    • Once an inquiry has been submitted, you will receive a follow up email with login credentials for our online portal called “MyCasady”.
    • Visit www.casady.org and click on MyCasady in the upper right-hand corner. Login using your issued username and create a new password.
    • Once logged in, select your child’s tab and click “Apply Now”
    • Complete the online Application and Parent Statement, pay the $75 application fee, and click “Thank You” to submit.
    • Review our Admission Procedures for International Students.
  • 4. Admission testing and other required documents

  • 5. Schedule a Shadow Day

    • Lower Division
      • Grade 1: All applicants are required to fulfill a shadow  day visit in 1st grade which includes a developmental assessment.
      • Grades 2-4: All applicants are required to fulfill a shadow day visit in Casady’s Lower Division.
    • Middle and Upper Division
      • Grade 5: All applicants are required to fulfill a shadow day visit in either Casady’s Lower or Middle Division, depending on the student and family’s preference.
      • Grades 6-12: All applicants are required to fulfill a shadow day visit in Casady’s Middle or Upper Divisions. For rising 9th graders, students are matched with a current 9th grade Student Ambassador. Applicants will meet with the Division Director, Assistant Director or Dean of Students during the day.
  • 6. Admission Checklist

    • You may login to MyCasady at any time to check the status of your checklist and to see what items have or have not been completed.
  • 7. Deadlines, Decisions & Notification

    • Early Decision Deadline - December 1
      • See more information about Early Decision below
    • Regular Decision Deadline - January 15
      • For applications completed by January 15 and files completed by early February, decisions will be emailed on February 11, 2022.
    • Rolling Admission - Applications completed after January 15
      • For applications received after January 15, files will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and as space permits in the grade level.
      • For grades that are full, students will be placed in a waitpool.
  • 8. Enrollment Contracts

    • Continuous Enrollment Contracts for accepted students will be issued beginning February 18, 2022.
    • Families are given 3-weeks to accept the enrollment contract, after which point the contract will no longer be available and the space will be given to another qualified candidate.
  • * Early Decision Candidates

    • Primary Division
      • Legacy Candidates have the opportunity to apply for Early Acceptance in full-day PreK and Kindergarten to ensure a spot early in the year.
      • If offered Early Acceptance, families will pay the $400 enrollment fee to hold their child’s space in the class.
    • Upper Division
      • 9th grade candidates have the opportunity to apply for Early Acceptance to ensure a spot early in the year.
      • Early Acceptance can be offered to outstanding candidates if files are complete by December 1.
      • If offered Early Acceptance, the candidate will be given the opportunity to pay a $1,000 non-refundable deposit to hold their space in the class. When the Continuous Enrollment Contract is issued in February, the $400 enrollment fee will be waived.
    • If a student is not offered Early Acceptance, their file will be deferred to the regular review process and more information may be requested by the Admission Office. 
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.