At Casady we work collaboratively through college counseling and readiness workshops to ensure that each student is prepared to experience success in the Upper Division, as well as in college and in life.
In late 2015, when he was Director of Casady's College Counseling Team, Josh Bottomly was named Associate Head of School for Academics, a role created to ensure that Casady remains committed to strategic and intentional academics at all levels.
As we bid farewell and honor Fr. Charles Blizzard, we look forward to what the future brings with our Chapel program under the guidance of our new Vicar, and we ask that you join us in welcoming “Papa You”, as he is known by his students.
Mrs. Towles loves employing Montessori learning tactics with her students. Throughout her time working in Primary Division she has seen the positive impact the divsion's Montessori approach has had on the children's future academic successes.
Casady's Science Olympiad Teams successfully defended their 2017 championships by taking first place in both B and C Divisions of the team competitions of the 2018 Oklahoma Science Olympiad State Tournament.
Thank you to our Casady Community for continually supporting our mission so that we are able to maintain an inclusive and nurturing environment where students are free to learn and grow in safe and supportive spaces.
In his role as eighth grade English teacher, Mr. Hembree leads students through exercises and studies to refine their skills in reading and writing across a wide variety of literary styles, emphasizing flexibility in academic thought and communication.
As an Independent School with more than 900 students in grades pre-k through 12, Casady's success in its programs and curriculum during its 70 years is evidenced in the high amount of interest we receive from prospective families.
Marc Gonzaga coaches PE across all divisions, and is the Cyclones strength and athletic performance coach for varsity teams, helping ensure our student-athletes are training their bodies to excel in athletics but also to remain healthy and safe while doing so.
This is an ideal time for our students to begin thinking about the transition from one grade to the next, or even one division to the next, and experience the traditions and norms for these next steps as members of our Casady Community.