2020

  • April

    Catholic Community Partnering to Feed Tulsa

    Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Bishop Kelley High School, Cascia Hall Preparatory School, and Gourmet on the Go are partnering with Catholic Charities of Eastern Oklahoma to prepare meals for our local community in need.
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  • Headmaster's Letter - March 31, 2020

     
    Dear Cascia Hall Community,

         I hope everyone is doing reasonably well in these unusual and somewhat stressful times. I hope you are staying healthy and taking care of one another.
     
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  • March

    Food Drive for Catholic Charities

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  • Distance Learning Feedback - Week 1

    Thank you, everyone, for your incredible efforts to make the best of this situation. The school has received excellent feedback from students, parents, faculty, etc. regarding its first week of distance learning. Following are some of those comments:
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  • Enjoy a Good Book with Mrs. Hubble

    Library Media Specialists, Joan Hubble, will be on Cascia Hall Facebook Live every weekday at 10:00 am reading a specially selected book! See you LIVE Monday at 10!
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  • Join Coach St. John online for a strength and conditioning class.

    Strength and Conditioning Coach, Jared St. John, will join Tiktok and teach his class beginning next week! Watch your social media for more information!
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  • Mrs. Benne Connects with Students

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  • Cascia Has Moved to Distance Learning

    Please note that as of Wednesday, March 25, Cascia Hall Preparatory School has moved to distance learning through April 17.
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  • Counselor's Corner 3/29/20

    Being a teenager is difficult no matter what, and the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is making it even harder. With school closures and canceled events, many teens are missing out on some of the biggest moments of their young lives — as well as everyday moments like chatting with friends and participating in class.

    For teenagers facing life changes due to the outbreak who are feeling anxious, isolated and disappointed, know this: you are not alone. Here are a few insightful articles that may help you during this stressful time:
     
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  • Distance Learning in Spanish Class

    Spanish Teacher, Miss Jaclyn Metcalf, snapped this pic on Thursday in her distance learning class because it made her so happy to have her students playing a game, almost like they were all together! "It was good for my soul," she said. #casciahall
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  • Athletic Events Canceled/Postponed

    Due to the directive from the Oklahoma State Board of Education, the 2020 spring sports season has been canceled. While we are truly disappointed for our athletes, we join in the agreement to keep our kids safe. There will be more information to come regarding the Sports Banquet, 2020-2021 tryouts, and sport-specific parent meetings. Please note that, at this time, Cascia still plans to host athletic summer camps beginning May 26. 
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  • Distance Learning Information

    Cascia Hall Community,

    We hope this email finds each of you well. We are sending this email as we prepare for the Distance Learning and the synchronous schedule that will be implemented starting Wednesday, March 25. 
     
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  • Distance Learning Schedule for Week of March 30 - April 3

    • Monday, March 30 - Distance Learning
    • Tuesday, March 31, Late Arrival Schedule - Distance Learning
    • Wednesday, April 1 - “Whatever Wednesday” (no school obligations and it is no April fools’ joke)
    • Thursday, April 2 - Distance Learning
    • Friday, April 3 - Distance Learning
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  • Easter Egg Hunt Canceled

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  • Spring Flower Sale Deadline Extended

    The Junior Class Spring Flower Sale has been extended. You can place your order online through Friday, April 3. Orders can be picked up at the school on Thursday, April 16 from 2:00 - 6:00 pm. To request a special order or delivery, please contact Debbie Coleman or Jackie Stagg.
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  • The Towers Yearbook is seeking additional images from ACTIVITIES from ALL GRADES.

    Our yearbook staff is seeking fun group photos of each grade taken at various activities or gatherings. If you have any images, you can easily upload them directly from your camera phone by using the app called RePlay at www.replayit.com.
     
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  • Free Internet Access

    Beginning this spring, Spectrum is offering free 60 day Internet Access to households with students in K-12 schools. To enroll in the program, call 1-844-488-8395. Installation fees will be waived for new student households.
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  • Classes to Resume, Wednesday, March 25

    Dear Cascia Hall,

    Cognizant of the most recent recommendations from health care agencies and moved out of an abundance of caution, Cascia Hall will open for classes on Wednesday, March 25, either on campus (Option A) or remotely (Option B). The decision for Option A or Option B will be made on the Thursday afternoon of Spring Break so that we can utilize the most up to date information on conditions here in Tulsa.
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  • Spring College Fair

    Tuesday, April 21, 2020
    Jenks High School - 4:00-5:30 pm and
    Metro Christian - 6:30-8:00 pm
    Register here.
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  • Celebrate Cascia - Rosemary Beach and Bluff’s Cottage!

    This spectacular Celebrate Cascia live auction item includes breathtaking views, an extremely comfortable estate that sleeps 14, and one of the most charming places in America! Bluff’s Cottage at Rosemary Beach is available for one week only to the highest bidder.
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  • Investment Club Meets

    The Investment Club met on Thursday during Upper School break to discuss recent shifts in the stock market. Mr. Thornburg's classroom was full of interested, concerned, and well-informed students.
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  • Math Students Celebrate Pi Day

    The math classes celebrated Pi Day on Thursday. The student's assignment was to bring round objects to class to measure. Once their calculations were completed, they could eat pie. Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world.
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  • Baseball No Hitter

    Congratulations to the baseball team which defeated Chandler on Tuesday, 11-0. Wilson, Mullen and Sage combined for a no-hitter.
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  • Boys Soccer Victory

    Congratulations to the boys soccer team which beat Noah on Tuesday, 2-0.
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  • First Annual Art & Music Show: MS Student and Parent Details

    This information is for Middle School students currently taking music.
    One mandatory early morning rehearsalTuesday, April 7
    Middle School students on stage at 7:45 am in the Cascia PAC
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  • Oklahoma History Class Takes Virtual Vacation

    The students in Coach Estep's class had to take a virtual vacation to an Oklahoma Festival and a State Park. They then had to make a presentation in class about the trip.
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  • Science Research Projects

    This month Cascia Hall is spotlighting members of the Science Research team, some of whom are presenting at the state competition on March 27. In this video, sophomore Ian Wilson tells about his project.

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  • STUCO Attends District Meeting

    Cascia students attended the OASC Student Council District 7 meeting on Wednesday at Broken Arrow High School!
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  • Green Team Assembly

    The Cascia Hall Green Team, led by Sophie Pazzo, Quinnlan Murray, Lydia Bodi, and Ellie Armstrong, gave a presentation to the entire school, faculty, and staff last Friday. Green Team is Cascia’s club for student-led activism surrounding environmental issues, with goals to inspire, educate, and promote change within Cascia.
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  • Medical Exploration Club Hosts Special Speaker

    Dr. Michael Charles, head of trauma at Ascension St. John, was the speaker at a Medical Exploration Club brown bag presentation on Tuesday. He shared experiences from medical school and working in emergency health care. Dr. Charles is pictured here with Club founder Ellie Armstrong, who arranged the event, and Club sponsor Mrs. Sarah Kennedy.
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  • MS Girls Tennis Third at Union Qualifier

    MS girls tennis took 3rd at the Union Qualifier on Monday with Ava Jacobsen finishing 1st in 1 singles and London Siegfried finished 2nd in 2 singles. Way to go, team!
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  • Senior Class Brown Bag

    Wednesday, March 25, 7 pm
    CH Dining Hall

    Parents of seniors, please join us. Important senior activities will be discussed.
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  • 6th Grade Girls Basketball Champs

    The Cascia White 6th-grade girls basketball team won the championship game against Coweta on Saturday, 14-10. Great job!
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  • 6th Grade Red Boys Basketball Champs

    The CH 6th-grade Red basketball team won the postseason tournament. They beat Lincoln on Thursday, 32-24, and Collinsville on Saturday, 31-15, to earn the championship.
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  • Boys Varsity Tennis Update

    Boys Varsity tennis finished 4th at the Jenks Invitational and had the highest finish of the 5A schools. Outstanding job, gentlemen!
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  • Cascians Qualify for National Speech and Debate Tournament

    Congratulations to senior Jack Maricle (humorous interpretation) and freshman Jackson McCormick (dramatic interpretation) who both qualified for the NSDA (National Speech and Debate Association) national tournament.
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  • Girls Soccer Wins Mannford Tournament

    Cascia Girls won the Mannford JV Tournament, dominating Cushing 9-0, Union JV 2-0, and winning the finals against Drumright 7-0!
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  • Girls Varsity Tennis Update

    Congratulations to the girls varsity tennis team. They won the Jenks Invitational with 1st place finishes for 2 singles Houston Jennings, 1 doubles Erika Van Doren and Lucie Tuttle, 2 doubles Jacqueline Perkins and Layla Drotar, and runner up 1 singles Erica Lambrecht! Way to go, ladies!
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  • MS Production of Annie

    March 27 and 28, 7 pm
    Reserved seating -  $10 online   

    The classic musical tale of young orphan Annie, taken from Miss Hannagan’s less than loving care to stay in Mr. Warbuck’s mansion.
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  • Science Research Team Members Present at Regional Qualifier

    The Science Research team members Luke Wilson, Erin Coulon, Ashlyn Milford, and Steven Stagg qualified to orally present their novel scientific research at the regional qualifier of the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in Stillwater last weekend.
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  • Girls Soccer Beats BA

    Congratulations to the girls soccer team which defeated Broken Arrow on Thursday, 3-1.
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  • Science Research Team Prepares for State

    This month Cascia Hall is spotlighting members of the Science Research team, some of whom are going to the state competition on March 27. 
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  • Spring Break

    Spring Break is Monday-Friday, March 16-20. Students will be dismissed on Friday, March 13 at 12:05 pm to allow the afternoon for faculty/staff inservice.
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  • Spring Break Mass Schedule

    There will not be a weekday Mass (M-F) during the school's Spring Break (March 16-20). Sunday Masses will be at the regular time (10:30 am).
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  • Cascia Hall Summer 2020 Performing Arts Camp

    Register soon for Moana, Jr.
    July 20-31, Monday-Friday, 9 am-4 pm, Ages 8-14
    Performances - July 31 and August 1
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  • Save the Date for Homecoming 2020 Reunions

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  • Varsity Tennis Teams Sweep Edison Tournament

    Congratulations to the boys and girls varsity tennis teams who both won 4-0 in the tennis duals against Edison on Wednesday at Cascia. The girls did not surrender a single game in all their matches.
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  • Boys Tennis First in Union Tournament

    On Tuesday, the boys team matched the girls team victory in the Union Tennis Championships, the first tournament of the season. The boys team took First Place in the singles divisions and second and third place in the doubles. There were solid performances all around especially considering most of the participants were 6A teams:
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  • Celebrate Cascia Live Auction Item - Cascia Package

    There is certain to be a bidding war for this popular item. Courtesy of Cascia Hall Preparatory School, the Cascia Package winning bidder will receive:


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  • Celebrate Cascia Live Auction Item - Meet Millie

    Meet Millie, the adorable black labradoodle Celebrate Cascia puppy for 2020! Born on October 26, 2019, Millie is sweet, snuggly and intelligent to boot! Millie loves to learn and quickly picks up on the training she is receiving by Donna Willis of Pup-n-Partners.
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  • MS Girls Tennis Victory

    Congrats to the Middle School girls tennis team which triumphed in the Ponca City Qualifier.
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  • Opening Day Victories

    Tuesday was opening day for baseball and soccer at home! The baseball team beat Hennessey, 16-0, and the girls soccer team beat Poteau, 10-0.
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  • Read Across America Day

    In honor of National Read Across America Day on Tuesday, library/media specialist Mrs. Hubble created a Dr. Suess-style poem of her own, highlighting many of the unique characteristics of our Cascia Hall teachers! She also made “Hop on Pop” corn for the kids and had many other treats for them too! Thank you, Mrs. Hubble!
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  • Thank You Demand Project Presenter

    Thank you, Jason Weis, from The Demand Project for your presentation at the Middle School Brown Bag on Tuesday. If you were unable to attend, please check out The Demand Project for more information on stopping online predators and protecting children. 
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  • Black History Month – Dr. May Edward Chinn

    In last week’s celebration of Black History Month, Gemma Booth, Assistant Principal, offered a reflection during Thursday’s chapel on the life of Dr. May Edward Chinn (1896-1980). 
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  • Cascia Take On Hennessey Baseball

    Cascia triumphed over Hennessey at its baseball opener on Monday at Hennessey, 11-0. Tonight they play Hennessey again at Cascia at 4:00.
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  •  Top fundraising Sweetheart was Layla Drotar '22 and the top Mavericks were Hunter and Harrison Hays '22.

    Cascians Top Heart Ball Fundraisers

    Nineteen Cascia Hall students participated in the 2019-2020 Heart Ball Sweetheart and Maverick program. There were a total of 87 area high school sophomores included in the program. 
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  • Girls Basketball Regional Consolation Champs

    The Commando girls basketball team beat Lincoln Christian on Friday night, 47-45, in overtime at the buzzer. They went on to beat Morris, 67-49, in the Regional Tournament in Kellyville on Saturday and earned the Regional Consolation Championship.
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  • Girls Soccer Team Dominates

    The Commando girls soccer team dominated the Claremore Sequoyah preseason tournament beating Commerce 3-0, Sequoyah 3-0, and Bristow 2-0!
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  • Girls Varsity Tennis First Place in Tournament

    The Cascia girls varsity tennis team took 1st Place at the Union Championships on Monday. This was the opening tournament of the 2020 season. Cascia outscored 15 other 5A & 6A teams, winning two first places and two third places:
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  • Griffin 3-Peat State Champion

    Commando wrestler Eli Griffin '21 became a 3-time State Champion on Saturday! Congratulations, Eli!
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  • L to R: Thomas Nash and Jack Mehl in the center holding the winner's plaque.

    Nash and Mehl Recognized by OACA

    The OACA (Oklahoma Academic Coaches Association) Officers and District Representatives recently announced the members of the 2020 All-State and Honorable Mention Classes! Thomas Nash was named Academic Team All-State and Jack Mehl received Honorable Mention! The Cascia Academic Team recently won the State Championship.
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  • Schieche Going to Geography Bee State Competition

    The results are in! The National Geographic Society named Cascia Hall 7th grader, Odin Schieche, as one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2020 National Geographic GeoBee State Competition.
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  • February

    Cascia Blue on Way to Quarterfinals

    Middle School 7th grade Cascia Blue took out the Jenks Trojans 38 - 28 to advance to quarterfinals vs Catoosa Green this Saturday at 3:00 pm in Catoosa.
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  • Geometry at Cascia Project

    Mrs. Benne's Geometry students worked in groups to create a slide presentation displaying the geometry around the Cascia campus. They had to include polygons, a circle, three-dimensional shapes, parallel and perpendicular lines, and angles. Students were required to show the formula and steps on each slide.
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  • Tennis Teams Blessed

    The tennis teams gathered at the courts for a blessing ceremony to kick off their seasons. Dcn. Michael Loeffler presided.
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  • Travis Guillory to Attend Boston University Tanglewood Institute This Summer

    Cascia Hall Junior Travis Guillory is one of only a select number of students from around the world who has been accepted to Boston University's Tanglewood Summer Institute. 
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  • Varsity Basketball Teams Advance to Regionals

    The boys team which beat Sperry 60-50 to advance to the Regional title game on Saturday at 8:00 pm in Kellyville!  The girls team beat Sperry 32-17 to advance to Regionals tomorrow night at 6:30 pm in Kellyville! #casciahallbasketball

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  • 6th Grade Boys Red

    The 6th-grade boys red team beat Jenks Wednesday night, 38-35!
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  • 6th Grade Boys White

    The 10 Seed - 6th-grade boys Cascia White basketball team beat the 5 Seed Owasso Lightning last Wednesday night, 36-15, to advance to the quarterfinals. Cascia White is now 9-1, with their only loss coming in the first game of the season.
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  • 6th Grade Girls Blue

    Congrats to the 6th-grade Cascia girls blue basketball team which beat Bixby on Wednesday night, 32-2! 
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  • 6th Grade Girls White Headed to Finals

    The Cascia White 6th-grade girls basketball team beat Catoosa in the playoffs and defeated Metro on Thursday night, 25-10. They beat Bixby 19-18 and Coweta 28-19 on Saturday and are going to the finals!

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  • College Fair at Cascia

    Tuesday, March 10
    8:15 - 9:00 am
    Upper School Gym Foyer

    Students are invited to speak with college representatives from various schools.  The schools to be represented will include: 
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  • Preseason Soccer

    In their preseason game against Cleveland on Tuesday night, the girls soccer team won 10-0; the boys team won 6-2! The season opener is March 3 against Poteau at Cascia Hall: Girls 5:00 pm/Boys 7:00 pm.
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  • 7th Graders Learn Use of Sphygmomanometer

    During a lesson on the circulatory system, 7th-grade students learned how to take their pulse and blood pressure using a sphygmomanometer.
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  • Basketball Regional Playoffs Begin

    Best wishes to the girls and boys basketball teams which both enter the first round of the Regional playoffs against Sperry on Thursday, February 27 at Kellyville. The girls will play at 1:30 pm and the boys will play at 8:00 pm. Go Commandos!
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  • Middle School Strength & Conditioning - March Classes

    This program is open to all Cascia Hall Middle School students who are interested in developing the fundamentals of proper athletic training while having fun in a team-oriented setting.
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  • Travis Guillory Solo Vocal Recital

    Casica junior Travis Guillory will be presenting a junior solo vocal recital at the Greenwood Cultural Center (322 N. Greenwood Ave) on February 27 at 7:00 pm. During the recital, Travis will be performing numerous works, including spirituals, classical pieces, and musical theater selections.
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  • Grant Baber, Luke Eschenheimer, Eli Griffin, Jake Weller

    Wrestlers Headed to State

    Good luck to the Commando wrestlers who will be competing this weekend in the State Tournament.
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  • AP Biology Experiment Successful

    Congratulations to the AP Biology Class for success on the PGlo transformation lab.  They successfully transformed e coli with a gene expressed in a marine jellyfish to glo green under UV light! This is the award-winning plate!  
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  • Black History Month

    Last week, Father Philip Cook, OSA, Headmaster, delivered a brief but thought-provoking reflection during chapel, illuminating concepts from one of the sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
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  • Middle School Brown Bag with Special Guest Speaker

    The CPFA is hosting a Middle School Brown Bag on March 3 at noon in the Brecht Center. The meeting will feature a special speaker, Jason Weis. Jason Weis is the co-founder and president of The Demand Project, where he and his wife Kristin fight three major crimes: online enticement, child pornography, and the sexual exploitation of children
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  • Middle School Parent/Teacher Conferences

    Thursday, February 27 - 3:30 to 6:00 pm
    Friday, February 28 - 7:30 am to 12:30 pm
    There will be no school on Friday for MS students.

    Online registration has closed. If you would like an appointment, please contact the teacher directly.
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  • NJHS Update

    The current eighth-grade candidates for induction into the Driscoll Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society have been given written application forms which must be returned to Mrs. Elliott by Tuesday, March 3.
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  • No School for Middle School February 28

    Cascia Hall Middle School parent/teacher conferences begin Thursday, February 27 after school and continue all day Friday, February 28. Due to the conference times, the Middle School will not have school on Friday.
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  • Upper School Brown Bag Meeting

    The Upper School combined (9th, 10th, and 11th grades) Brown Bag meeting will be on March 9 at noon in the Brecht Center. Lunch will be served. Agenda items will include Junior Class Flower Sales, Celebrate Cascia, Caritas hours update, and spring class socials. Please join us.
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  • Writing Workshop at Cascia

    A Creative Writing Workshop with Oklahoma author, Anna Myers, was held Monday, February 24 in the Library Media Center at Cascia Hall. Ms. Myers is the author of 19 novels including Tulsa Burning which was recently read by Middle School students and is soon to become a motion picture.
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  • 6th-Grade Boys Blue Team Triumphs

    Congrats to the 6th-grade boys blue team on their victory over Bixby and Lincoln Christian.
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  • 6th-Grade Boys White Defeats Jenks

    The 6th-grade boys white team defeated Jenks, 64-26!
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  • 7th-Grade White Team Wins

    The 7th-grade boys white team defeated Broken Arrow, 41-30.
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  • Boys Basketball District Champs

    The Cascia boys basketball team won the District Championship when they defeated Kellyville over the weekend.
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  • L to R: Kadriye Hargett ‘16, Mrs. Debbie Coleman, Fr. Philip Cook, Grant Carter ’17, Sam Coulon ’19, Annika Soderfelt ’17, Claude Baluh, 18, and Audrey Trussell ‘19.

    Mass and Dinner with Cascia Alumni at Villanova

    On February 15, Villanova University hosted its annual Mass and dinner event for students from Augustinian high schools in the United States. Representatives from those high schools were also invited. Fr. Philip Cook and Mrs. Debbie Coleman represented Cascia Hall and enjoyed visiting with the Cascia alumni in attendance.
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  • Robotics Places at State Competition

    The Upper School Robotics Team was the runner-up for the Collins Aerospace Innovate Award at state!
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  • Wrestling Qualifies Four for State

    Four Commando wrestlers qualified for state competition at the 4A East Regional tournament last weekend: Eli Griffin - 113 lb, Champion; Luke Eschenheimer - 132 lb, 3rd place; Jake Weller - 170 lb, 3rd place; Grant Baber - 182 lb, 4th place

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  • Classical Choral Concert

    On March 4, Cascia's classical choral concert will feature great masterpieces reflecting varied interpretations and cultural realizations of concert level religious music, much of it specifically related to Catholicism.  
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  • College Bulletin

    Be sure to check out the latest  College Bulletin, available weekly in this Bulletin and on the Resource Board under myCascia.
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  • Dreyer Surpasses Milestone

    Kate Dreyer has scored over 1,500 points in basketball play.  Read all about it in the Tulsa World.
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  • Middle School Strength & Conditioning - March Classes

    This program is open to all Cascia Hall Middle School students who are interested in developing the fundamentals of proper athletic training while having fun in a team-oriented setting. The cost is $80 per student per month.
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  • Attention: Senior Girls

    Oklahoma Girls State participants are given the opportunity to earn college credit by taking an online American Federal Government course through OU Concurrent Enrollment for only $240, including the book. 
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  • Black History Month

    In Wednesday’s chapel service, Candy Coonfield, Upper School Choral Director, discussed the history of the Black National Anthem, “Lift Every Voice and Sing”.
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  • Command Performance Auditions

    Auditions for Cascia's 2020-21 select vocal ensemble, Command Performance, will take place on March 10 and 12 after school in the Upper School choral classroom. The auditions are open to all students currently in grades 8-11 who have turned in a signed contract and deposit to attend Cascia Hall next school year.
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  • Travis Guillory - Student or News Anchor?

    Follow this link to see the Thursday morning broadcast on the Travis Swap.
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  • Black History Month - Ruby Bridges

    Today we celebrate Ruby Bridges, who at the age of 6 became the first African American child to attend and desegregate an all-white elementary school in the South. 
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  • Black History Month - Simone Biles

    Today we celebrate Simone Biles, the American artistic gymnast and the first female African-American all-around world champion. 
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  • Information Systems Technology Exploration for High School Students

    May 31 - June 5
    OSU - Stillwater, Oklahoma
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  • Junior Class Flower Sale

    The junior class is having a Spring Flower Sale to raise money for its senior activities and graduation gift to the school.  Please help the juniors reach their fundraising goal by purchasing your plants from them by March 26 at http://www.casciahall.com/flowersale
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  • Preseason Baseball Poll

    Which school has the best baseball player in the area? Cascia Hall is represented in the Tulsa Private Schools Preseason Baseball Poll. The nominee is Jaxon Henderson. The player with the most votes in the poll will be featured in the next issue of Vype. Cast your vote by  February 24.
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  • The Travis Swap Airs Tomorrow

    Did you know that Tulsa is home to TWO Travis Guillorys?  One is our very own Cascia junior who has been singing at vocal competitions (and winning) around the country. The other is an award-winning and Emmy-nominated reporter and anchor at KJRH. 
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  • US Basketball Updates

    Congrats to Cascia varsity girls and JV boys for defeating Rejoice! 
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  • Caballero's Winning Shot

    Dominick Caballero sunk the half-court shot during halftime of the girls basketball game on Friday to win $100!
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  • Jaxon Henderson, Zach Uhren, and Jackson Pool

    Cascia Hall Research Team Competes at Tulsa Regional Science Fair.

    The Cascia Hall Science Research Team was very excited to compete at the new Tulsa Regional Science Fair on Friday, February 14. Over 85 projects competed in the Senior and Junior Divisions.
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  • Change to St. Rita Chapel Mass Schedule

    After February 29, there will no longer be a Mass on Saturday mornings in St. Rita of Cascia Chapel. The Saturday Mass may resume in the future if more priests become available to preside.
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  • Creative Writing Workshop

    Anna Myers, well known Oklahoma author, will be conducting a Creative Writing Workshop on Monday, February 24 from 3:15 – 5:00 pm in the Library Media Center’s Villanova Room.
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  • Hardman Portrayed Featured Artist at Gilcrease

    Junior Helaina Hardman portrayed Beverly Buchanan at the Gilcrease Museum last Sunday. Beverly Buchanan was an African-American artists whose works include painting, sculpture, video and land art.
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  • MS Basketball Updates

    The 7th-grade boys white team defeated Broken Arrow on Saturday, 28-16! The 6th-grade boys white team defeated Bixby, 66-12!
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  • The Travis Guillory Swap

    Tune into Channel 2 on Thursday (tomorrow) at 6:30 am to watch KJRH 's Travis Guillory and Cascia Hall's Travis Guillory trade places. Thank you Travis Guillory KJRH for being a CH student yesterday! #Back2School #TravisSwap

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  • Basketball Senior Night

    Basketball senior night is TONIGHT Friday, February 14. Cascia Hall vs. Victory Christian!

    JV GIRLS - 4 pm
    JV BOYS -  5 pm
    VARSITY GIRLS - 6 pm
    Senior Presentation - 7:15 pm
    VARSITY BOYS - 7:30 pm
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  • Command Performance at River Spirit

    Cascia ensemble students had quite a memorable evening Thursday night as they performed "I Want To Know What Love Is" with Foreigner in concert at River Spirit Casino.  Thank you to the band for this great experience!
    See part of the performance on Channel 2.
    See related broadcast on Channel 8.
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  • Cupid Hits Middle School

    Cupid hit the Middle School on Friday! Some sweet little Cupids came in early Friday morning and decorated every 6th-grade locker with a sweet Valentine’s Day note! Here's hoping everyone had a LOVEly Valentine's Day.
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  • Minimester Trip 2021

    Two informational meetings for parents of current sophomores and juniors interested in their students being a part of next year's minimester international trip to Germany and Switzerland will be held in upcoming weeks.
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  • World Language Week Wraps Up

    On the final day of World Language Week, students took selfies in front of foreign country backgrounds which they posted to social media, tagging Cascia Hall. Even the security team of Tim and Jessica enjoyed the activity.
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  • Chinese Club Meets for Special Dinner

    The Chinese Club met after school on Wednesday to enjoy "Hot Pot," a traditional meal prepared by their teacher Mrs. Mei Wu. 
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  • Christ the King Confirmation

    Congratulations to the 12 Cascia students who received the holy sacrament of Confirmation on Wednesday evening at Christ the King Catholic Church with Bishop David Konderla presiding.
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  • Engineering Day for Girls

    Thursday, February 20, 2020
    8 am - 1 pm at OSU in Stillwater

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  • Middle School Art Teacher is Featured Local Artist

    A new art exhibit is now open at Tulsa International Airport that features the work of three local artists one of whom is Middle School art teacher, Ariana Jakub Brandes. 
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  • NJHS Candidates Notified

    Those eighth-grade students who are currently eligible for induction into the Driscoll Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society have received a written application form that must be completed and turned in by Tuesday, March 3. 
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  • Detail from a stained glass window featuring Howard Thurman at Howard University's Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel.

    Prayer in Honor of Black History Month

    In chapel services on Thursday, Dcn. Loeffler shared a prayer by Howard Thurman. Click on "Read More" for the full transcript. #HowardThurman #CasciacelebratesBlackHistory  Watch Video
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  • Sims Shares About Favorite Black Author

    Cascia celebrates Zora Neale Hurston, an African American author, anthropologist, and filmmaker; her most popular work was the novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God.
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  • Kate and Jack Maricle perform a humorous duet.

    Speech and Solo Vocal Showcase

    On Tuesday, February 18, students, parents, and faculty will have the opportunity to hear award-winning speech and vocal solo performances. The evening will begin at 7:00 pm and will include humorous interpretation speech duets, prose performances, monologues, English and Italian classical art songs,  and musical theater works. 
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  • Basketball Senior Night

    Basketball Senior Night is this Friday, and it's the last home game.  The theme is RED OUT!

    JV Girls - 4 pm
    JV Boys - 5 pm
    Varsity Girls - 6 pm
    Presentation of the seniors - 7:15 pm
    Varsity Boys - 7:30 pm
     
    The last game of the season is February 18 at Rejoice.
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  • Cascia varsity girls and JV boys basketball defeated Regent Tuesday night at Regent.

    Basketball Updates

    Commando teams continue to triumph over their opponents.
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  • CPFA Meeting - February 19

    The CPFA snowed out meeting has been rescheduled! Please join us WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH at noon in the Brecht Center. All parents are invited and lunch will be served. Catch up on building news, Celebrate Cascia updates, junior class flower sales, the newly proposed CPFA Board, and even prom!
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  • Ensemble to Perform with Foreigner

    This Thursday, February  13, members of Cascia's select vocal ensemble Command Performance will have a once in a lifetime experience performing the song "I Want To Know What Love Is" with the band Foreigner
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  • Science Fair Project Preview

    Parents and faculty listened in amazement Tuesday evening as Cascia Hall's Science Research students showed off all of their hard work in preparation for this weekend's regional science fair.  
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  • On Thursday, the Our Father was recited in German by Lydia Bodi.

    World Language Week Activities

    Each World Language offered at Cascia will be celebrated all day, one day this week.
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  • 8th-Grade Breakfast Gatherings

    The principals and guidance counselors teamed up again this year to host special breakfasts for the 8th graders and their parents. 
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  • Celebrate Cascia 2020

    Join us at the recently revamped Art Deco Tulsa Club Hotel in downtown Tulsa on April 17 for an evening to remember at Celebrate Cascia 2020!
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  • World Language Week Toiletry Collection

    In honor of World Language Week, the students are collecting travel-size toiletries for the homeless and competing for the prize of an extra Spirit Dress day. One class in the Middle School and one class in the Upper School will win. The toiletries collected will be donated to Iron Gate Ministries. Please help us fill our boxes this week.
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  • Academic Team State Champs

    Cascia Hall won the 4A State Academic Bowl competition They beat Grove, Sequoyah Tahlequah, Bishop McGuinness, and Tuttle for the Championship!  Team members are Abraar Hassany, Luke Baber, Andrea Armstrong, Lily Phillips, Thomas Nash, and Jack Mehl. The students are coached by Mrs. Pam Benne and Mrs. Catherine Sims.
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  • Coach Jones Honored

    Cascia's legendary wrestling coach, Ernie Jones, was inducted into Booker T. Washington’s 2020 Ring of Honor Class.
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  • CPFA Shares the Love

    Thank you CPFA for providing a delicious luncheon for faculty and staff on Friday.
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  • GO for Catholic Schools Meeting

    Cascia Hall is hosting an informational meeting on Tuesday, February 25 in the Brecht Center from 5:30 - 6:30 pm to explain GO for Catholic Schools. Speaker Tom Kelley, CPA, will cover a basic understanding of GO for Catholic Schools, ways you can donate, and benefits of this tax credit scholarship fund for students, schools and you as a donor. Please join us.
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  • Guillory First Place in Vocal Competition

    Cascia Hall junior Travis Guillory is the winner of the 2020 Grady-Rayam Vocal Competition, male high school division!
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  • Preview Science Research Team Projects

    The Cascia Hall Science Research Team will compete in the regional fair this week. You are invited to preview the projects and talk to the student research team members on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, at 7:00 pm in the Upper School main lobby. Here is some info on the students and their projects:
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  • 8th Grade Field Trip to City Hall

    Mrs. Wilson took her 8th grade US History class to City Hall on Thursday where they were able to visit with Mayor G.T. Bynum '96. The class is studying the Constitution and all different levels of government. 
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  • Black History Month

    Every February, Mrs. Hubble, Library Media Center Director, creates a display for Black History Month featuring different Civil Rights leaders and authors. This year the books on display spotlight minister and leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., author and poet Maya Angelou, abolitionist and women's rights advocate Sojourner Truth, social reformer and statesman Frederick Douglass, and politician A. Philip Randolph.
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  • Girls Varsity Team Triumphs

    Congrats to the varsity girls basketball team which defeated Metro Christian on Thursday night.
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  • Middle School Parent Teacher Conferences

    Dear Middle School Parents:

    Parent/Teacher Conferences will be held as follows:
    Thursday, February 27 - 3:30 to 6:00 pm
    Friday, February 28 - 7:30 am to 12:30 pm (No school for MS students)

    Click on the link below to register.
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  • 8th Grade Video

    We NEED YOUR PHOTOS so the 8th Grade Class Video will be a success! The turn-in DEADLINE is MARCH 1. Please use the easy instructions below to upload your four photos today:
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  • The Cascia boys triumphed over Lincoln Christian on Friday night, 53-35.

    Basketball Update

    It's been an exciting week for Commando basketball teams.
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  • Black History Month

    Cascia Hall celebrates the varied accomplishments of African Americans in every facet of American life.
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  • Congrats JV Basketball Teams

    Way to go JV basketball! Both the girls and the boys teams defeated Rejoice Christian on Tuesday!
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  • Congratulations Girls Basketball

    Congrats to the varsity girls basketball team which defeated Rejoice Christian on Tuesday night, 49-29!
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  • Luke Wilson to Present at AJAS

    Senior Luke Wilson was invited last year at the state science fair to be a presenter at the American Junior Academy of Sciences Conference which will be held in Seattle on February 12-16. His project is entitled "The Effects of Selected Antioxidants on UV Light-Induced Stress on Lumbriculus Variegatus."
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  • During Minimester, Junior Nick Choquette worked with Jay Perkins at the B&T group, an engineering service.

    Minimester Internships Completed

    During the month of January, 133 Upper School students explored careers.
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  • Murphy Joins US Archery Team

    Seventh-grader Lydia Murphy signed a contract last week to be a member of the 2020 United States Archery Team (“USAT”).
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  • 6th Grade Boys Beat Collinsville

    The 6th-grade boys white team beat Collinsville Red on Friday night.
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  • 6th Grade Boys Undefeated

    The Cascia 6th-Grade Boys Blue Team remains UNDEFEATED after a heart-stopping game with a last-minute THREE-POINT THRILLER on Saturday to win in Owasso 43-42!
     
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  • 7th Grade Boys Beat Jenks

    The 7th-grade boys white team triumphed over Jenks on Saturday, 38-10
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  • Cascia Boys Varsity Basketball

    The Cascia boys triumphed over Lincoln Christian on Friday night, 53-35.
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  • Cheerleaders National Champions

    Congratulations to the varsity cheerleaders who were the champions in national competition last weekend in Dallas. They competed with 27 other teams from around the nation to achieve the following awards:
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  • Choquette Worked at Engineering Service

    During Minimester, Junior Nick Choquette worked with Jay Perkins at the B&T group, an engineering service.
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  • Coleman Explored the Law

    For her minimester career exploration, junior Audrey Coleman worked with Joel-lyn McCormick who is an Assistant United States Attorney.
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  • Congratulations Geography Bee Winners

    Congratulations to the winners of the Middle School Geography Bee: (L to R) Andrew Gravley, 3rd Place;  Ryan Ross, second Place; and Odin Schieche, First Place.
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  • Congratulations Speech and Debate Team

    Congratulations to the Cascia Speech and Debate team! Over the weekend they competed at the Union tournament to great success. Outstanding performances included:
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  • Holly Explored Architectural Engineering

    During the month of January, Junior Grant Holley interned with Josh Chesney at Cyntergy, an architectural engineering firm in Tulsa.
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  • Raley Performs at Carnegie Hall

    Cascia Junior Lexie Raley just finished performing at Carnegie Hall this past weekend with the Carnegie Hall Honors Chorus. 
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  • Summer ACT Review Classes

    Please see attached information regarding Summer 2020 ACT Review Classes.
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  • Teen Trialogue

    Senior Patrick Zetik (VP of CHAI Club) participated in Sunday's second and final installment of this year's Teen Trialogue, which is sponsored by OCCJ at B'Nai Emunah.
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  • Todd Interned in St. Louis

    During minimester, Junior Buck Todd was in St. Louis, Missouri interning at Mattingly Lumber and Millwork.
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  • Uhren All-World and All-Star

    Congrats to Senior Zach Uhren for making the 2019-20 All-World second team (defense)! 
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  • US Musical Auditions

    Auditions for the US Musical are happening this week! This Thursday and Friday from 6 -8 pm on stage in the PAC!
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  • Vote for Regional Miss Basketball

    Senior Kate Dreyer was nominated for the Tulsa Private Schools Regional Miss Basketball title.  Cast your vote here.
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  • Weaver Shadowed Crime Scene Detectives

    Cascia Hall Senior Sam Weaver spent Minimester getting valuable hands-on experience with TPD’s Crime Scene Detectives.
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  • Wrestling Update

    The wrestlers finished the regular season 5 & 5 in duals starting as many as seven 9th graders at times.
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  • January

    De Los Santos Receives Several Nominations and Offers

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  • Eby's Incredible Minimester Experience

    Chandler Eby interned at the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit at St. John’s Medical Center for the month of January.
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  • Final OK History Field Trip

    Wednesday marked the last Oklahoma History Tour for Cascia 9th graders who visited the Oklahoma History Center. 
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  • MCCoy Shadowed Orthopedic Surgeon

    Junior Lane McCoy interned with Dr. John Balbas, an orthopedic surgeon, at Tulsa Bone & Joint for his minimester internship.
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  • MS Teams Sweep Regent

    Thursday was an amazing night for Cascia Hall Middle School basketball! Cascia 7th-grade girls AND boys, as well as 8th-grade girls AND boys, defeated Regent! Congrats teams!
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  • Pazzo Interned at Health Center

    Senior Sophie Pazzo completed her minimester internship at the Muscogee (Creek) Nation at their Koweta Indian Health Center in Coweta, Oklahoma.
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  • Perkins Explored Speech Pathology

    During the month of January, Jacqueline Perkins interned at St John Medical Center with their speech pathology group.
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  • Returning Student Contracts

    Returning student contracts were emailed to all current families on Friday, January 17. The due date for returning them with a deposit is February 7. Questions: Contact Mrs. Patricia Wilson in the Headmaster's office, 918-746-2601, pwilson@casciahall.com.
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  • Upper School Golf Girls Parent Meeting

    There will be a parent meeting for the Upper School girls who signed up to play golf this season on Tuesday, February 25, at 6:00 pm in Room 11.
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  • Wrestling Senior Night Big Success

    Cascia Hall Wrestling beat Sallisaw 48-22 last Wednesday, which was Senior Night!
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  • Full Dress Resumes Monday

    Parents - A reminder that Full Dress will resume on Monday, February 3rd. Please review the attached guidelines for male and female students and do what you can to help ensure compliance. 

    Full Dress - Women
    Full Dress - Men
    Full Dress Outerwear Clarification
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  • Parents of Juniors

    Save the Date
    Junior Parent College Information Night
    Wednesday, February 19, 6:00 - 7:00 pm
    Scianna Performing Arts Center
    You will be receiving an invitation in the mail.
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  • 9th Grade Boys Basketball Victorious

    Congrats to the 9th-grade boys on their victory over Rejoice on Monday night.
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  • Big Win for 7th Grade Boys Basketball

    The 7th grade boys basketball team beat Rejoice on Monday, 36-24! Great job, team.
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  • Caritas Service at Catholic Charities

    Students were at Catholic Charities today helping, among other things, to get graduation caps and gowns ready for this year’s class of graduating adult GED students.
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  • Grant Interning at Medical Center

    For her minimester career exploration, junior Madelyn Grant partnered with Dr. Watson, an anesthesiologist, at St. John Medical Center.
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  • Hoose Learns About Physical Therapy

    Junior Sydney Hoose has been interning at Excel Therapy and has been having a really great experience.
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  • JV Girls Basketball Wins Hall Brawl

    Congratulations to the JV girls basketball team which defeated Holland Hall on Tuesday night.
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  • CPFA Meeting

    All parents are invited and encouraged to attend the upcoming CPFA meeting on Wednesday, February 5. Lunch will be served at the noon meeting in the Brecht Center. Be among the first to fall in love with Millie, the Celebrate Cascia puppy!
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  • Cuttler Exploring Passion for Publishing

    Lexie Cuttler is interning at Yorkshire Publishing in Tulsa. She spends her days meeting with authors, proofreading books, assisting with book cover designs, and helping around the office.  
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  • Halve Exploring Software Development

    Junior Connor Halve has been learning Software Development with Brent Fields, Managing Partner at SEQTEK, and had the opportunity to take a look at the real-life day-to-day of a Software Developer.
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  • Movie Night With OCCJ

    Join OCCJ on Tuesday, February 10, at 7 p.m. for a special screening of the film "Just Mercy" at Circle Cinema.
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  • Tonight is Wrestling Team Senior Night

    TONIGHT, Tuesday, January 28, is Senior Night for the Varsity Wrestlers as the team takes on Sallisaw at 7:00 pm in our gym.
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  • 6th Grade Boys Defeat Broken Arrow

    Congrats to the 6th-grade boys basketball team which defeated Broken Arrow on Saturday.
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  • 7th Grade Boys Defeat Union in OT

    Congrats to the 7th-grade boys blue team on defeating Union in OT on Saturday. Cash Jacobson made the last-second shot!
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  • Barbour Interning at Hale High School

    Senior Margaret Barbour's minimester internship is at Nathan Hale Junior High school. Margaret has been working with the 7th and 8th-grade orchestra students. The students, who play various string instruments have been working on practice techniques, music interpretation, and ear training. Margaret is pictured here with the orchestra students at Nathan Hale Junior High.
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  • Boys Basketball Third in Tournament Play

    Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Basketball team which took third place in the Choteau Tournament last weekend.
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  • Masters of the Elements!

    Do students really have to memorize the periodic table? This is an age-old question with which physical science teachers battle. You might say that’s impossible, a waste of time, or downright unnecessary in today’s age of information at your fingertips. Asking students to write and interpret chemical formulas without knowing the symbols for the elements is like asking someone to spell words and write sentences without knowing the alphabet. 
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  • Teen Trialogue

    Sydney Hoose '21 top (left) and Erika Van Doren '20 (top right) participate in a fun team building challenge (Helium Stick Activity) at the Teen Trialogue event on Sunday.
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  • Trivia Night Winners

    The winner of the Cascia Hall Trivia Night games was a team made up of mostly Cascia teachers and alums. Team members were L to R Front Row: Regan Wright Daniel '94, Anne Lisko, Sarah Kennedy (US faculty), and Laura Millspaugh (US faculty). Back Row: Ian Lisko, Andrew Milllspaugh '97, Brian Daniel '97, and Joe Kennedy '94. Congratulations, team!
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  • MS MathCounts Team Shines at Competition

    At the Diocesan MathCounts competition on Friday, the Middle School MathCounts team place Second Overall. 
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  • 7th Grade Boys Basketball Update

     Congrats to the 7th-grade boys basketball team which defeated Victory on Thursday night.
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  • Barbour Competition Winner

    Senior Margaret Barbour was selected as the Tulsa Youth Symphony Concerto Competition winner. Margaret, who serves as the Co-Concertmaster for the symphony, will perform the first movement of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto at the Symphony Orchestra's Spring Serenade Concert to be held on May 3rd.
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  • Gammill at TB&J This Month

    Junior Allie Gammill is with Dr. Dukes at Tulsa Bone & Joint this month for her minimester internship.
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  • Guillory Advances in Vocal Competition

    Junior Travis Guilllory has advanced to the second round of the National CS Music Vocal Competition in both the classical and the musical theater divisions.  Travis was chosen for this round based on his video submission last month.
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  • Summer@Cascia

    Cascia Hall is offering summer camps in the performing arts and athletics.

    More information and registration.
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  • Varsity Basketball - Choteau Tournament

    The Cascia varsity boys basketball team beat Salina on Thursday night to advance to the semifinals of the Chouteau Tournament; they play tonight at 8:30 pm vs. Verdigris.

    The varsity girls beat Colcord to advance to the semifinals of the Choteau Tournament; they will play Rejoice tonight at 7 pm.
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  • Willmann Interning at Dental Practice

    Senior John-Martin Willmann is interning with Dr. Mariam Hanna at Tulsa Modern Dental this minimester. During the internship, he has been able to learn about patient care and dental business practices. His favorite part was helping care for Gracie, the office therapy dog.
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  • Doyle Interning at Huber Restorations

    Junior Kegan Doyle is spending his minimester at Huber Restorations.  He is pictured in front of a 1958 Corvette that he worked on during his internship.
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  • Middle School Spelling Bee

    Congratulations to 8th-grader, James Heatherman, for winning first place at the spelling bee and to 7th-grader, Mary Lee, for taking second place!
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  • Tunnel Tour

    Oklahoma History Field Trip

    On Wednesday, the freshmen Oklahoma History students took a tour of some historical sites in Tulsa which included the downtown tunnel system, the oldest house in Tulsa, the house where the Outsiders was filmed, and the Council Oak Tree. They also dined at the Mother Road Market on historic Route 66.
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  • Clark's Career Exploration

    Senior Christian Clark is working at Scissortail Wealth Management for his minimester internship. Christian is learning the importance of financial planning, wealth management, and how to manage stock market portfolios.
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  • Sophomore Caritas Service

    Continuing their minimester service projects, the sophomores went to Tulsa Dream Center and Emergency Infant Services on Wednesday where they helped with moving boxes, cleaning, and sorting donations.
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  • Teen Trialogue This Sunday

    All Upper School students are invited to attend Teen Trialogue this Sunday from 1:00 - 3:30 pm at Boston Avenue Methodist Church.  Lunch will be provided, and student activities will promote this year's theme:  Our Journey for Justice and Peace: How our faith traditions inform and encourage us to be change makers.  Participants will receive Caritas service hours for either Greater Tulsa or Faith Community.  Questions?  Contact Erika Van Doren, Sydney Hoose, Patrick Zetik, Mrs. Sims, or Mrs. McMahon 
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  • Tooman Explores Medical Career

    Junior Hank Tooman is doing his minimester career exploration at Tulsa Spine and Rehab with Dr. Sean Riley.
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  • Vaughn Works Towards Silver Award

    As part of her Girl Scout Silver Award Project, Sophie has been knitting hats for months.  Before Christmas, she donated them to Family & Children's Services.  She was also able to meet some recipients of her work.  The Silver Award requires a minimum of 50 hours.
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  • Weller Receives Nomination

    Cascia Hall Senior, Jake Weller, was recently nominated by Congressman Hern for an appointment to the United States Naval Academy! This is a prestigious honor and accomplishment. Congrats Jake!
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  • 6th Grade Boys Win Both Games

    Congrats to the 6th-grade boys white team which won both of their games on Saturday.

    Cascia vs NOAH-Gruel - 44-19
    Cascia vs Broken Arrow Silver - 40-16
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  • 7th Grade Boys Beat Bartlesville

    Congratulations to the 7th-grade boys white team which defeated Bartlesville on Saturday, 37 - 18!
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  • 7th Grade Teams Triumph

    Congrats to the 7th-grade girls and boys basketball teams on defeating Regent!   #casciahallbasketball
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  • Academic Team Wins Area Tournament

    Congrats to the Upper School Academic Team which won the area tournament on Saturday.
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  • Boys Golf Parent/Player Meeting

    The Cascia Hall Boys Upper School Golf team will have a parent/player meeting on Wednesday, January 29 at 6:00 pm in the Brecht Center to discuss the upcoming 2020 golf season. If your student will be playing golf this spring, please be sure to attend. Here are some items that will be covered in the meeting: varsity/JV qualifying, practice schedule, tournaments, uniform orders.
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  • Employment Opportunities

    Teaching positions are open for the 2020-21 school year in Physics, Mathematics, and English.

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  • Varsity Girls Defeat Regent

    Congrats to the varsity girls basketball team which defeated Regent last Friday.
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  • Wrestling Win

    The Cascia Hall wrestling team placed 8th in the 25-team Catoosa invitational. Eli Griffin pinned all four opponents on his way to the championship. Freshman sensation Luke Eschenheimer pinned his way to the championship also. Grant Baber, coming off a knee injury, placed second, and first-year wrestler Jed Wagner wrestled his way to 5th.
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  • $300 x 2!

    Tonight (January 17) during both varsity games, one lucky person will get a chance to win $300! What do you have to do? Just make a half-court shot--$300 for the girls game and $300 for the boys game. See you tonight! Bring your game!
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  • 8th Grade Girls Victorious

    The 8th Grade Girls Basketball Team defeated Holland Hall on Thursday. Way to go, team!
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  • 9th Grade Boys Basketball Triumphs

    Congrats to the 9th Grade Boys Basketball Team which triumphed over Metro on Thursday!
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  • Ava Sorensen stands to the right of the portrait she drew of Greer Boedeker and the one her friend (Emalie Mullane) drew of her.

    Art Class Portrait Project

    The Upper School Art class portraits started as a study of the artist Chuck Close. Students learned how to grid a photo that they took with their phones or Chromebooks. Students were required to take a close up photo of themselves or a friend using exaggerated expression. They then enlarged the grid onto paper and followed the grid on the photo to find correct proportions and value. This was a fun study of creating character or emotion, value, and proportions. 
     
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  • Basketball Game and Free Sandwiches TONIGHT

    Don’t worry about dinner! We have you covered! Free Chick-fil-a sandwiches for the first 175 people (one per person)! See you at the game TONIGHT (January 17)! #casciahallbasketball.
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  • Caritas Wednesdays

    The sophomores were off campus again on Wednesday providing Christian service to local non-profit agencies. One group sorted donations for the Tulsa Advocates for the Protection of Children.
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  • CH Wrestling vs BK at Home

    Cascia vs. BK wrestling on Tuesday, January 21 at home! Free Chick-fil-a sandwiches to the first 75 people and free Spirit Towels to cheer on your Commando Wrestlers! Matches start at 6 pm!
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  • Fun Classes Being Offered This Month

    Here is a peek at some of the fun classes being offered in the Upper School during minimester.
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  • Get Your CH Custom Stickers

    Join these superheroes in supporting our students with a gift to the Annual Fund!
    Make a gift and we will send a link to unlock these superheroes and many more CH custom stickers! casciahall.com/give
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  • Holy Rollers Ready to Compete

    The Cascia Hall Holy Rollers boys bowling team goes up against Jenks girls Friday night, January 17 at Andy B’s! Let’s bowl a 300 Rollers (because you might have to do push-ups if you don’t - check out the last picture!) #casciahall #bowling
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  • Minimester Caritas Projects Continue

    These sophomores worked hard on Wednesday at Catholic Charities. Every Wednesday in January, the sophomore class volunteers at various organizations around Tulsa for Minimester Caritas! #chminimester #service #volunteer #casciahall
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  • Oklahoma History Field Trip

    On Wednesday, the freshmen continued their Oklahoma History tour in Fort Gibson. They were able to see the rebuilt fort and learn about its significance. Check back next week to see where they are headed next! #chminimester
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  • Opportunity to Host French Exchange Student

    Students from Meudon, France (suburb of Paris) will be in the Tulsa area from April 1 - 18. Preference will be given to US French students, but all interested US students are welcome to apply to host. Please email or stop by Ms. Grounds' room for more details and a host application. Questions: tgrounds@casciahall.com
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  • Victory for 7th Grade Boys Team

    The 7th Grade Boys Conference Basketball Team defeated Holland Hall in overtime on Thursday.
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  • Wrestlers to Watch

    Junior Eli Griffin was featured in the Tulsa World article on "Wrestlers to Watch" this season.  Read Article Here.
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  • Basketball News

    Congrats to the 9th-grade boys basketball team for defeating Lincoln Christian on Monday and the JV girls team triumphed over Metro on Tuesday.  #casciahallbasketball
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  • Boys Consolation Champs in Tournament

    Congratulations to Commando Boys’ Basketball on their win over Tulsa Hale for the Consolation Championship of the Oologah Tournament!
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  • Boys Golf Meeting

    Coach Rahilly will be holding an interest level meeting for any freshmen or new students interested in Boys Golf this spring. The meeting will be in the gym lobby during break on Thursday, January 23. If you are interested but can not attend the meeting, please contact Coach Rahilly.
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  • Girls Consolation Champs in Tournament

    Congrats to Cascia Hall Girls’ Basketball on their Consolation Championship in the Oologah Tournament beating Wagoner 48-26!
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  • Minimester Career Exploration

    For his minimester career exploration, junior Jack Nilson is helping in the veterinary office of Dr. Lauren Johnson and Hammond Animal Hospital.

    Seniors Annabel Hubner and Elise Darby went all the way to Atlanta, Georgia to intern with a New Orleans based company called Queork.


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  • Minimester Career Exploration (contd.)

    Junior Maria Salas is interning at Brighter Dimensions to learn about psychology and play therapy for children. See her video for more information: https://youtu.be/W5oi537QsNw

    Junior Cara Rogers is interning for Cascia’s marketing department. Watch this video for an important message from Cara: 

    #chminimester #casciaminimester #internships #caritas
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  • Track and Field Team Parent Meeting

    There will be a parent meeting for parents of Middle and Upper School students who are interested in joining the Track and Field Team on Wednesday, January 22 at 5:30 pm in the Brecht Center.
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  • Entrance Exam for 2020-21

    An entrance exam for new students is scheduled for January 21 at 7:30 am. Please sign up online at casciahall.com/admissions!
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  • International Minimester Trip to Ireland

    It was a busy day in Ireland visiting Belfast and Derry and a few other places along the way! #chminimester #ireland #casciaminimester #travel
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  • Newcastle and the mountains of Mourne

    Ireland Update - January 11, 2020

    Wednesday, January 11  was the worst weather day so far, but our hardy group did not let the dampness dampen their spirits. #chminimester #ireland #casciaminimester #travel
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  • Ireland Update - January 12

    It was a spiritual day too with mass at White Friars and a visit to St Patrick’s Cathedral where Swift is buried and the tiles date to the 11th century. #chminimester #ireland #casciaminimester #travel
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  • In front of Guinness Brewery (no tasting allowed)

    Minimester Trip to Ireland - January 12

    In front of Guinness Brewery (no tasting allowed)
    Cross Erected in Phoenix park for Pope John Paul II's visit to Ireland in 1979
    Penultimate Day in Dublin
    River Liffey Runs through it (Dublin)
    #chminimester #ireland #casciaminimester #travel
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  • Oologah Tournament

    Congratulations to the girls and boys basketball teams which both won their games in the Oolagah Tournament last Friday.
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  • 7th Grade Teams Triumph

    Congratulations to the 7th Grade Girls and Boys Conference Basketball teams which triumphed over Metro on Thursday: 26-5 and 45-30, respectively.
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  • Attention 8th-Grade Parents

    Mother- Daughter and Father-Son breakfast invitations have been emailed.  Please save the date and plan on joining us for a light breakfast and an insightful discussion with Upper School mentors.  
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  • Cascians to Appear in Music Man

    Eighth graders Spencer Loeffler (left) and Sydney Cuttler (right) are performing in Theatre Tulsa’s production of The Music Man, opening this weekend at the Tulsa PAC and running through January 26. Both are veterans of Cascia’s Middle School theatre program and summer Performing Arts Camp. Break a leg!
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  • Jacob Performs in Hollywood

    Congratulation to Cascia Hall 7th grader Maya Jacob on being selected to perform in Hollywood on New Year's Eve at the VOCAL STAR Gala/Awards Show. It was a fun week of vocal lessons and songwriting techniques from Legendary vocal coach/songwriter Don Wolf. 
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  • Minimester Internship Info Requested

    Meet junior Cara Rogers who is interning for Cascia’s marketing department this Minimester! Watch this video for an important message from Cara!   #chminimester #casciaminimester #internships #caritas

    https://youtu.be/osxmpbxF56E
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  • Wrestling District Quad Results

    Congratulations to the Varsity wrestlers who beat Morris 51-27 and Okmulgee 78-6 in the Wrestling District Quad on Thursday.  #casciahallwrestling
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  • Minimester Community Service

    On Wednesdays during Minimester, the sophomores participate in community service in the Tulsa area. Two of the five places they served this week were the Community Food Bank and Catholic Charities where they helped sort donations for distribution. #chminimester
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  • Minimester Oklahoma History Field Trip

    Yesterday marked the first Wednesday of the Freshman Oklahoma History field trips! First, they visited Claremore and the famous Will Rogers Museum and completed a scavenger hunt learning about Will Rogers. They finished out the day at the Port of Catoosa learning about its history and how it operates today! Check back to see where they will venture next week in the OK History Minimester class! #chminimester
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  • New Campus Signage

    We are getting new campus signage! Thank you EMG Graphics for manufacturing high-quality signs that will last a lifetime! And thank you, Larry, for your excellent installation!
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  • Titanic Museum

    Update on Ireland MM Trip

    The Cascia travelers arrived in Dublin and chartered a bus to Belfast where they headed straight to the wonderful Titanic museum before getting settled in their rooms to recoup before dinner. The next day, they visited the Giants Causeway and Dunluce Castle.
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  • 8th Grade Theology Students - Parent Letter

    Please read the following letter from Mr. Goldsmith and Mrs. Pearson regarding upcoming instructional material to be presented in the 8th-grade Theology classes regarding Theology of the Body.

    Theology of the Body Parent Letter
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  • Cross Country All-World Team

    Congratulations to seniors Joe Kelly and Eli Kraiss (right) for making the All-World Boys Cross Country Honorable Mention team!
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  • First Semester Grades on myCascia

    We are working through some technical issues, but by this afternoon at 3:00 PM you will be able to see grades and semester exams results. Official reports cards with final semester grades and teacher comments will be posted by the end of the week. Sorry for any inconvenience that this has caused."
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  • Football All-World Honorable Mention

    Congrats Nick Choquette, DB, jr.; Jaxon Henderson, QB/DB/P, sr. (#13 pictured); Grant Phillips, L, sr.; Patrick Pixley, LB/TE, sr.; Dylan Wilson, LB, jr. for making the 2019-20 All World Honorable Mention football team!
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  • Hoops for Hope

    Congratulations to the Girls Basketball Team which defeated Mt. St. Mary in overtime during the Hoops for Hope basketball tournament last weekend.
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  • Minimester Trip to Ireland

    Minimester has begun and the international trip to Ireland is underway!
    #chminimester
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  • No Late Night Library in January

    Late Night Library, when the library stays open until 8 pm on Mondays, will resume on February 3, 2020.
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  • No School on January 20

    Classes will not be in session on Monday, January 20 in honor of Martin Luther King Day.
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  • Save the Date For Celebrate Cascia 2020

    Celebrate Cascia 2020 will be held on April 17, 2020 at the Tulsa Club Hotel. The committee is working to put together live auction packages. If you have homes in ski resort areas, tickets for professional athletics events, airline miles, hotel points, or other items that would help make good experience packages which you are willing to donate, please contact LeAnn Nash leann.us.com, or Amy Westbrock arwestbrock@gmail.com.   For sponsorship information, contact Sandy Willmann at 918.746.2614 or swillmann@casciahall.com.  Thank you.
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  • Uhren Selected for All-World Team

    Congratulations to senior Zach Uhren for making the football All-World second team!
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  • Volleyball All-World Team Members Selected

    Congratulations to Quinnlan Murray, Chandler Eby, and Erin Coulon for being selected for the All-World Honorable Mention Volleyball team!
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