Our Campus and Campus Map
The Cascia Hall Campus is always growing and changing to meet the needs of its students. We've not only expanded to accomodate the growth in our student population - we've grown to accommodate the new resources essential to providing the foundation upon which our graduates can build complete and successful lives.
Centrally located in a beautiful residential section of Tulsa, the 40-acre wooded campus is easily accessible by way of the city's freeway and geometric street system. The Cascia Hall Campus features neo-French Norman buildings that include the original 1926 monastery and classroom building for humanities instruction, the Tack Center for Math and Science, the Fr. O'Neil Library, and the Driscoll and St. Augustine Halls for the Middle School.In the fall of 2006, Cascia Hall opened a newly constructed 34,000 square-foot Performing Arts Center. There are four classrooms on the upper level for Upper School Music, Middle School Music, Speech and Debate, and Photography.
The St. Rita of Cascia Chapel is used for daily and weekly chapel services and monthly all-school masses. The cafeteria/student center complex is used for daily food service and other small to large gatherings.
The extensive athletic facilities include two gymnasiums, a strength and fitness center, eight locker rooms, eight tennis courts, two baseball fields, a softball field, a soccer field, a football field, a wrestling facility, an eight-lane track, and a multipurpose field.
The Cascia Hall campus is between Utica and Yorktown Avenues.
You may enter the campus from Utica or Yorktown at 25th.
For security purposes, the Utica entrance is closed during the school day.
For athletic events, use the Utica entrance.
Use the Yorktown entrance to visit the school or chapel.
All deliveries are directed to the Upper School entrance.
All visitors must enter through the Middle School or Upper School main entrance and sign in with the receptionist.