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Students are prepared for college and for life at Cascia Hall, a Catholic, Augustinian school for students of all faiths in grades 6-12.  The Augustinian Values of Truth, Unity, and Love guide the faculty, staff, and student body in their daily lives.

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Board of Directors

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  • Cascia Hall School Corporation Board of Directors

    2019-20
    John J. Hastings ’01........................................................................... Chair
    Robert Darby ’90............................................................................... Vice Chairman
    Patricia A. Wilson.......................................................... Secretary to Board
     
    Directors
    Mark C. Butterworth ’73 (ex Officio, Foundation Board President)
    India Carter
    Carlin J. Conner
    Fr. Philip Cook, OSA, PhD (ex Officio)
    Bernadette “Bernie” Dornblaser
    Susan E. Fitter
    Nadia Hall ‘96
    Fr. Stephen Isley, OSA (ex Officio)
    Very Rev. Anthony Pizzo, OSA
    Sarah Shepherd ’00
    Hastings Siegfried ’90
    David Vaughan ‘78
    Ann Weber ‘96
    Michael R. Westbrock

Educating the Whole Person

Cascia Hall seeks to educate the whole person by balancing challenging academics with excellent opportunities in athletics, the arts, and community service. With a student/teacher ratio of 9:1, students are related to as individuals, resulting in higher motivation and levels of success.
 
Preparation for college begins in grade 6 with a seamless traditional liberal arts curriculum through grade 12. Each class is aligned year after year to create pathways for students to reach their goals. Students in grades 6-8 have opportunities to earn high school credit in math, science, and foreign language. Students in grades 9-12 can earn college credit in the extensive Advance Placement program. College level courses are available to upperclassmen through concurrent enrollment.

One hundred percent of Cascia Hall students matriculate to college following graduation.  On average, seniors are offered more than $7 million in achievement-based scholarships.