About The Foundation
Step into Cascia Hall and you've crossed the threshold of a centuries-old tradition of teaching. "We've had a little practice," said former Headmaster, Very Rev. Bernard C. Scianna, O.S.A., Ph.D., an Augustinian priest who proudly refers to the 4th century beginnings of the Augustinian curriculum still being taught at Cascia today. While Cascia could contentedly rest on its laurels, instead its mantra is "Always make progress." The classical approach to education thrives here because, says Scianna, "Exceptional schools look forward."
That's why the school established The Cascia Hall Foundation in 1999; to guarantee not just a continuation of past success, but also enhanced educational opportunities for future students.
Cascia family, friends, and alumni can name endowment funds for financial aid, academic chairs and departments, sports, and other extracurricular activities - even campus beautification.
As we prepare our graduates to meet their futures, we continue to plan for our own. That is the Cascia experience - to excel and go forward. Cascia is a way of life that stays with you.
Building the endowment now will insure that our values survive well into the future.