Mrs. Zedlitz will join Josh Bottomly, Interim Middle Division Director, to assist with the successful transition of the Division after 22 years of dedicated service by Elizabeth Larsen, who announced that she would be leaving the School at the end of the year.
Casady's Science Olympiad program continues to grow as students in sixth through 12th grades choose to join the program to compete on a local, state, regional, and national basis, in various STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) ranging from astronomy and food science, to game design, computer coding, and wind power.
Casady's Lower Division students spend time in early December in their computer classes working on programming, java script, simple website designs, and coding puzzles during the National Hour of Code.
The Casady Community envelopes a wide range of constituents including current parents, students, faculty/staff, grandparents, alumni, parents of alumni, emeriti, trustees, friends of the School, and more. As a member of the Casady Community, there are many events and activities for you to join. The Casady Alumni Association hosts the Casady Club Luncheon series, one event that is open to the members in our community.
Each week in this video series, Focus on Faculty Friday, one of Casady's amazing faculty members will be featured so that you may have a glimpse into the classrooms to see your students engaging with their teachers and the learning that is happening.
At its core, debate encourages a robust clash between a multitude of well-articulated arguments, ideas, and beliefs. It teaches students to think critically, formulate their own views, challenge their beliefs, research, and engage in an an on-going dialogue of issues.
At Casady our College Counseling Team works collaboratively to ensure that each student is prepared to experience success in school, in college, and in life. Casady is a college-preparatory school, and the curriculum throughout each of our four divisions provide a foundation from which our students learn, prepare, and are successful at each stage of their lives.
One of the School's strategic goals is to continually build our sense of community by sharing and amplifying to you and our greater community all of the amazing learning and teaching that happens on the Casady campus.
At Casady School, one of our most valuable assets is our talented and gifted faculty members who live the mission of our School every day. We like to celebrate and share with you the accomplishments they achieve.
As a part of a state wide effort, Casady School, alongside the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers’ Association, is promoting a “Safety in Football Campaign” in order to demonstrate why “Safety in Athletics begins with having an Athletic Trainer.”
Computer science is part of a new digital literacy skill necessary for students in the 21st century. Moreover, higher education institutions continue to expand their computer science programs, and, therefore, in a tech savvy world, foundational skills and knowledge in computer science will be critical for students to be successful in higher education and life.
Casady young alumni were on campus for faculty orientation to assist our faculty and staff explore what makes Casady graduates so special and how our amazing faculty enrich that experience. As Nathan Sheldon, Head of School, said, "This exercise helps us focus on our mission and vision to ensure deeper-level learning in a rich and diverse environment."
Casady School inducted 12 new members to the Cum Laude Society during a ceremony in St. Edward's Chapel. The eight seniors and seven juniors were chosen by a nominating committee to be a part of the international honor society.
Casady School is one of the founding members of the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest Fine Arts Festival. Casady hosted Wichita Collegiate and Holland Hall for the first Festival in 1967.