End of Year Events and Celebrations

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.
Details regarding upcoming End of Year events that include parents will be sent in the coming week, so be on the lookout for additional information if you have not already received it.
Please note that the school calendar has a comprehensive list of everyday happenings through the end of the year, so be sure to check the website often for updates and details: https://www.casady.org/calendar


Friday, May 14 | Kindergarten World Banquet
Students and parents will have a special event in Calvert Hall this year.
Monday, May 17 | Upper Division Blue Crystal Day
Traditionally held in early spring, the Honors Chemistry students will host Blue Crystal Day for their fellow UD students to celebrate the culmination of their blue crystal lab. Blue foods, blue decorations, and blue day shirts are typically part of the event.
Tuesday, May 18 | Senior Skip Day
Seniors enjoy a day off from campus.
Wednesday, May 19 | Future Cyclone Night
Students who will be new to Casady in 2021-22 along with their families are invited to a special Welcome and Information Fair on campus. This year, this self-guided journey around campus will take place outside on the sidewalk around the lake. New families have the opportunity to visit with Division Directors, Athletics, and Fine Arts Departments, meet members of CPO and Cyclone Booster Club and more.
Thursday, May 20 | Senior Celebration Chapel and College T-Shirt Day
One of our favorite events of the year, seniors' college destinations are announced during Chapel by the College Counseling Team. Enjoy the School's social media feeds where we are celebrating members of the Class of 2021 each day for our Portrait of a Graduate series.
Thursday, May 20 | Senior Sunset
To finish out Senior Celebration Day, the Class of 2021 will convene on campus for a new event, Senior Sunset. The class came to campus on the first day of school in August to for a Senior Sunrise.
Friday, May 21 | Upper Division Awards Assembly
This traditional event honoring students' academic achievements will carry on during Chapel and is for students only. A livestream option will be available.
Thursday, May 27 | Upper Division Athletic Awards Ceremony - SAVE THE DATE
Replacing the traditional Athletic Banquets this year is the Athletic Awards Ceremony for both boys and girls. This event will take place in Grantham-Griffing South Gym, and seating will be limited. Please watch for further details.
Friday, May 28 | Fourth Grade Closing Exercises
Closing Exercises will take place in Grantham-Griffing South Gym this year. Additional details will be provided to fourth grade parents next week.
Friday, May 28 | Middle Division Closing Exercises
Closing Exercises will take place in Grantham-Griffing South Gym this year. Additional details will be provided to eighth grade parents next week.
Wednesday, June 2 | Junior-Senior Prom
A long-standing on-campus tradition, we are excited that juniors and seniors will have prom under the stars on the McClendon Lawn this year.
Friday, June 4 | Baccalaureate
Baccalaureate will be held in the Chapel of St. Edward the Confessor for seniors only. The School's A/V partner, Ford Audio, will provide a livestream option.
Saturday, June 5 | Graduation
The Class of 2021 will be celebrated at the traditional Commencement Services in St. Edward's Chapel Court on the Saturday after Memorial Day weekend. Reserved seating is for families only, and will be limited. A livestream option will be available.

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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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