Ten Reasons To Attend Cascia Hall
The Cascia Hall Experience
- Cascia Hall is a Catholic Augustinian school. The student-teacher ratio is 12-1; the average class size at the Upper School is 18; at the Middle School the class size is 24. The total school enrollment is approximately 580 students in grades 6-12.
- Cascia Hall students are 100% college bound. College Counselors begin working with students and their parents in the freshman year.
- Cascia Hall is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the State of Oklahoma, and the Augustinian Secondary Education Association.
- Cascia Hall students are recognized and related to as individuals by the faculty resulting in higher motivation.
- Cascia Hall's faculty consists of well qualified, highly professional instructors. The school is under the direction of the Augustinian friars who have an international tradition as a teaching order. In the United States alone, they own and/or operate Villanova University and Merrimack College as well as eight other secondary schools.
- The close relationship shared by students and faculty establishes a rapport for counseling and moral guidance.
- Students from many different religious and socio-economic backgrounds attend Cascia Hall, contributing to an atmosphere of diversity.
- Athletics are strongly encouraged with the emphasis on teamwork. Any student who expresses a desire to participate in sports is given an opportunity to do so.
- The excellence and flexibility of a private education permits the development of such programs as the Minimester when students have the opportunity for individualized study in the business or professional community.
- Cascia Hall's academic atmosphere reflects an absence of many disciplinary and social problems apparent in today's society.