College Placement

Preparation for College

Welcome to College Counseling at Cascia Hall

Preparation for college is the principal academic goal of the school. The active college search process begins in the freshman year and culminates in college enrollment for 100% of the seniors.

Cascia Hall employs two experienced college counselors who, with the assistance of a seasoned, professional faculty, help students and parents locate appropriate post-high school options.

To assist students in their college search, representatives of approximately 70 colleges visit Cascia Hall each year.

College Counseling Services

  • Pre-college counseling including multiple individual meetings with all students grades 9, 10, first-semester juniors
  • Month-long college seminar for all juniors during January Minimester session
  • Individual appointments with college counselor for all juniors, beginning in February, continuing through end of senior year
  • Coordination of Junior Parent/Student College & Financial Aid Information Night at the beginning of second semester, presented by a college admissions dean/director of admission
  • Coordination of daytime visits by significant number of colleges and universities nationwide
  • Coordination of PSAT and PLAN, administered to all juniors and sophomores in October
  • Assistance with college, scholarship and financial aid searches
  • Assistance with interviewing skills during college application process
  • Detailed letters of recommendation for all seniors in college application process
  • Coordination of submission of college application materials for all seniors


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School Profile

Congratulations Class of 2018

  • 23 Oklahoma Academic Scholars
  • 3 recognized by National Merit
  • $7.2 million offered in achievement scholarships
  • 64 National Honor Society members
  • 7,900 service hours completed
  • 2 Championships and 1 Runner-up title in Academic Bowl
  • 5 State Championships and 6 Runner-up titles in 6 sports
  • 2 Academic State Championships in Girls’ Tennis and Girls’ Soccer
  • 5 All State Athletes
  • 3 will play sports at the college level
  • 100% of the 72 graduates are college bound