Parent Ambassadors

At Casady we understand the due diligence parents undergo when trying to find the perfect school for their children. Through our Parent Ambassador Program, interested parents can connect with their peers and learn firsthand of Casady’s success, and our mission to develop excellence and prepare our students with the skills and knowledge to flourish at the next level. Casady has a powerful story to share about educating students in mind, body, and spirit. We place a strong focus on building character, cultivating individuality, pursuing outstanding academics, supporting family, and honoring tradition.
Michelle '01 and Justin Briggs Amanda '95 and Benjamin Olszewski
Lucy and John Covington '79 Elsie and Thomas Rackley
Erin and Justin Cowan Cristi and Kurt Reiger '74
Nicole and Jeff Jacobsen Suzanne and Robert Reynolds
Debra and Kristian Kos Melissa and Vincent Russell
Polly and Zachary Kranz Rhonda and Bolaji Sofola
Jamie and James Matlock Leigh '94 and Russ Woody '94
Caroline and Drew Mildren '98

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  • Dini ' 00 and Sam Homsey

    Primary and Lower Division Parents: "My experiences as a student at Casady prepared me for my future educational pursuits and career in a way that set me up for success. When it came time to choose a school for our children, we knew that Casady would provide the best education in order for them to succeed as well. Not only will our children learn at the highest academic levels, but also they will have the opportunity to engage in music, theater, athletics, foreign languages, art, volunteerism, and religion. Casady’s holistic approach to education empowers your child to learn, grow, thrive, and succeed and is worth the investment. There is no better gift to give your child than the power of an excellent education." 
  • Debra and Kristian Kos

    Primary and Lower Division Parents: “Before Kristian and I decided to start our family, the school chose our agency to run their PR campaign and I was assigned as account manager on the project. From that moment on, my admiration and respect for this school and its community flourished. From the strength in the school leadership to the inspiring vision of the board, and from the caring dedication and professionalism of the faculty, to the commitment and voluntary involvement of the parents, I knew that this was a special institution. When it came time to decide on a quality education for our children, there was only one option. I remain confident in the school's commitment to academic excellence, and inspired by Casady's delivery in body, mind, and spirit.” 
  • Elsie and Thomas Rackley

    Lower Division Parents: “Our family has lived Casady’s Pillars of Excellence for the past seven years. We revel in the Casady culture and especially value its diverse community.The curriculum encourages independent and team learning experiences, allowing students to develop skills in areas that are critical in furthering their education and in the work environment.The most amazing thing about the Casady Community is how welcoming the faculty, parents and students are to incoming families. From welcome calls and emails to informal meetings for new families, you automatically have a sense of belonging in the community.”
  • Cristi and Kurt Reiger '74

    Middle and Upper Division Parents: “As a parent of three Casady School students, I am pleased they have a challenging curriculum and a supportive faculty. I like that my children are active in athletics, year round, which promotes a healthy lifestyle, as well as good sportsmanship and teamwork. Daily chapel is an important factor to me and, while we are an Episcopal school, we are a campus family of many religions. My husband and I support Casady School through volunteer hours, financial contributions, and participating in our Annual Fund because we know our children are reaping the benefit of the best education in Oklahoma, and we want that to continue for them, and for future Casady School students.”
  • Jackie and Jack Shaver

    Lower Division Parents: “Being a Parent Ambassador for Casady is an affirmation of our belief that this college preparatory school is the best avenue of education and well-rounded growth that Oklahoma City offers. As to date, Casady has worked with our daughter to develop her growth as a student and focused on her individuality. She has thrived in this environment and has received the comfort, guidance and the motivation that every parent wishes their child will receive. We are proud to be a part of a school where the faculty and leaders make it their mission to see that each child grows to their distinct potential and drives home the school mission of excellence, confidence, and integrity.” 
  • Leigh '94 and Russ Woody '94

    Lower and Middle Division Parents:  “I came to Casady in eighth grade and was introduced to a world I didn’t know existed in Oklahoma. The curriculum was challenging, but I expected that. What I did not expect was how welcoming the faculty and my classmates would be. There was a general sense of community and a dedication to achievement that I had never really felt before. Casady introduced me to lifelong friends, including my wife, Leigh. We were married in the Casady Chapel in 1999. We have two children at Casady now and our experience as parents has been just as rewarding as our experiences as students and as alumni. We’re anxious to see what the future holds for our children.”
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.