At Casady, we work collaboratively to ensure that each student is prepared to experience success in school, in college, and in life.
Throughout a family's Upper Division experience, our College Counseling Team provides a premier college readiness program that includes both a parent and student track focused on college preparation and college matching. For parents, College Counseling Directors Dr. Janet Hubbell and Amanda Kisselle offer College Nights that kicked off virtually in September, along with special guest speakers, breakout sessions, one-on-one meetings, and financial aid workshops. For students, the program provides a college seminar that includes essay writing, test prep, resume building, one-on-one college application consulting, and a mock admission capstone project. The Dean's Fly-In Program, typically held in January for juniors and their parents, is a signature program of Casady's College Counseling Team, emphasizing their ability to cultivate strong and meaningful relationships with college admissions representatives from across the country. This is key to the success of Casady students finding the "best fit" so that they are successful in college and in the world around them. Upper Division faculty, administration, and the College Counseling Team are focused on college preparation and college matching for our students. From course selections to advisors, from extracurricular activities to college lists – we intentionally pursue each student’s growth and validation at Casady and beyond.
The end of the academic year comes with many events, celebrations, and send-offs throughout all four divisions. While our events will look a little different this year, we are happy to be able to celebrate our incredible Cyclones in person and on campus.
Casady students in 7th-12th grade who are enrolled in Latin recently took the National Latin Exam. The test is used to assess how a student is progressing and to ensure our curriculum is helping these students excel in their studies.
Casady School is fortunate to have a beautiful, sprawling, 80-acre campus equipped with buildings and infrastructure that allow our faculty and coaches to deliver exceptional programs and educational opportunities.
Casady School values in-person learning, and we do our best to partner with our community to mitigate the risk of infection. During the cold and flu season, it is especially important for each of us to monitor our own health and our children’s health daily.
Fourth Grade Cyclones were challenged to participate in their grade-wide "Readathon," and students rose to the challenge! Students read as many books as they could in order to raise money for the Love Like Crazy Foundation.
We appreciate the effort from the Casady Community in navigating our COVID experience. We feel the partnership between all constituent groups at Casady is working, and we appreciate the grace and patience.
OnFebruary 24, Casady'sParentAmbassadors and Admission Team will host aProspectiveParents' Night IN forfamilieswho might be interested in bringing their children to Casady in the 2021-2022 school year.
As we look toward Thanksgiving break and the holidays, we would like to remind our Casady Community to continue to follow safety protocols for social distancing and masking, even when you're not in School.
As we look forward to the winter season, we would like to share with you the School’s policy on cancellation or change in schedule due to inclement weather. Safety is the primary factor when we consider decisions to either cancel school, call for a late start, or close school early.
The Oklahoma Ugly Bug Contest is hosted by the Oklahoma Microscopy Society and is a statewide competition for elementary schools to find the "ugliest" or most unique bug native to Oklahoma. Last year and this year Casady fourth graders have participated in the contest, working with their families to locate the ugliest bug that they can find.
Freshmen and new students to Upper Division signed the CasadyHonorCodeduring Chapel. Bysigning, these students pledge to follow the expectations of being a Casady student; to support the School, behave with academic integrity, and hold one another accountable for their actions.
Casady first graders were presented the Bibles they will use through Lower and Middle Division in the School's religious education curriculum. These Bibles will remain in each students' possession and will be a constant companion for the next eight years of their Casady experience.
In 2003, the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation founded the President’s Volunteer Service Award to recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity. This award honors individuals whose service positively impacts communities in every corner of the nation and inspires those around them to take action, too.
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.